enchant

Part of speech: verb

To bewitch; fascinate; delight.

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Usage examples "enchant":

  1. If the sons of farmers had sought to enchant her ears with similar strains, there was no hint of it in the smiling eyes she lifted to his. - "The Miller Of Old Church", Ellen Glasgow.
  2. Beauty is the power to enchant him through the eye and all that waits upon it, into a moment of perfection. - "The Psychology of Beauty", Ethel D. Puffer.
  3. Before him, barely visible, rose the white, lifeless, clear moon, powerless to enchant the tedious earthly spaces. - "The Created Legend", Feodor Sologub.