enchantress

[ en-chan-tris, -chahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF enchantress

Synonyms for enchantress

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Then, drinking off all the wine, he looked the enchantress calmly in the face.

"It is only a sleeping potion," said the enchantress to Prince Jason.

And anyhow, no doubt all the best cabins on the Enchantress Isis were taken.

I had told such stories about the Enchantress Isis that she would like to see her.

He had been clever, and got on board the Enchantress as they told him to do.

The Enchantress on hearing of the crime lights the fire under her cauldron.

Which is a mortal task for the Dervish in the presence of the Enchantress.

The Enchantress had wrought her spell, had ministered her poison.

The seven days, of which the enchantress had spoken, were expired.

Where is that armor of distrust in which you were to resist the barbed arrow of the enchantress?

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "witch," from enchanter + -ess. Meaning "charming woman" is from 1713.

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noundangerously seductive woman
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