enchantment

[ en-chant-muhnt, -chahnt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF enchantment

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Those who have Imagination live in a land of enchantment which the eyes of others cannot see.

Her mother began to feel an enchantment of peace in her presence.

The feeling inspired by such conditions is that of enchantment.

We were absorbing what our hearts, if not our minds, called out for: the enchantment of Egypt.

The only remains of this enchantment, these spells of the imagination, rest with you.

And then our enchantment is heightened by a prevailing duplication.

Her gown was exquisite, the touch of her fingers an enchantment.

It seemed to Wrayson that they had passed into a veritable land of enchantment.

She heard the fisherman call, but the enchantment of sea doings did not stir her.

It shone soft and bright upon them, making a world of enchantment.

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