Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. enchanter, L. incantare, to chant or utter a magic formula over or against one, to bewitch; in, in, against + cantare, to sing. See Chant, and cf. Incantation
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. enchanter—L. incantāre, to sing a magic formula over—in, on, cantāre, to sing.
The Enchanted Kingdom presented a strangely orderly view.
"Phyllis" by Dorothy Whitehill
There was an enchantment about the rain on the roof that people who slept in less celestial bowers never got to know.
"The Servant Problem" by Robert F. Young
I think that would be enchanting.
"Clair de Lune" by Michael Strange
They walked round all four sides of it, and were enchanted with its beautiful occupants pants.
"Marjorie's Busy Days" by Carolyn Wells
The little girl would have thought herself in an enchanted country if she had known anything about enchantment.
"A Little Girl in Old Quebec" by Amanda Millie Douglas
The play-house was enchanting.
"A Little Girl in Old New York" by Amanda Millie Douglas
But the operas were enchanting beyond description.
"A Little Girl of Long Ago" by Amanda Millie Douglas
His carefully restrained imagination ran riot, presenting enchantments.
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
What enchantment had transported her thither?
"A Little Girl in Old Boston" by Amanda Millie Douglas
Fairy realms of enchantment beckon him on.
"The Life Radiant" by Lilian Whiting
My neighbours still upbraid me,
And murmur as I pass,
“There goes a man enchanted.
He trod on fairy grass."
"The Man Who Trod On Sleeping Grass" by Dora Sigerson Shorter
That she in queenly beauty,
Subdued yet silvery light,
Makes scarcely less enchanting
Than day, the sober night.
"To Mr. C.R." by Mary Ann H T Bigelow
But thou! Temptation hence away,
With all thy fatal train,
Nor once seduce my soul away,
By thine enchanting strain.
"A Farewell To America to Mrs. S. W." by Phillis Wheatley
Time like a Titan bright and strong
Spreads one enchanted gleam:
Each hour is but a fluted song,
And life a lofty dream.
"Amor Vitae" by Archibald Lampman
Could enchantments life prolong,
Circe, saved by magic song,
Still had liv'd, and equal skill
Had preserv'd Medea still.
"On The Death Of The Vice-Chancellor, A Physician (Translated From Milton)" by William Cowper
The Garde Joyeuse, amid the tale,
High rear'd its glittering head;
And Avalon's enchanted vale
In all its wonders spread.
"Thomas the Rhymer" by Sir Walter Scott
Far from being overly somber or mournful, Rutter 's "Requiem" is an enchanting, rich and expressive piece.
Behind a metal border fence on Southmost Road in Brownsville lies an enchanted forest whose name is Sabal Palm.
Brian Selznick 's Enchanting books suggest a new form of storytelling.
Semple 's affecting characters, not-necessarily-nice humor and surprising plot twists make this novel an enchanting ride.
Shel Silverstein , whose goofy, gross and macabre yet always enchanting poetry for children sold more than 14 million books, was found dead yesterday morning at his home in Key West, Fla.
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The Tony Award-winning play communicates the staggering waste of war but provides an opportunity to reconnect with the childhood enchantments of bedtime fables, folk tales and storybook adventures.
ONCE UPON A SONG – It's a modern and enchanting twist on an enduring classic.
In that country the magical legend of Altagracia evokes an enchanted world where dreams bear fruit.
The Met Premieres The Enchanted Island on New Year's Eve.
She is the second ship named after the Land of Enchantment.
Larry Broderick has a longtime enchantment with the piano, beginning as a 5-year-old when he could barely reach the ivory keys of his grandmother's 1927 Steinway Grand.
Many of the hand-drawn tableaus depict enchanting undersea scenes featuring buried treasure, hungry whales, and messages in bottles on pillows, t-shirts, pouches, and more.
LD Natasha Katz brings enchantment to Twelfth Night .
Enchanted Forest: The Bard's favorite faeries find the magic of movies irresistible.
But men, this is enchanting! -- let me interject, For me, another grand occurrence comes to play: The sun rotates around us every single day, And yet, the headstrong Galileo was correct.
Zeno meets modern science