enchantment definition

  • noun:
    • The act of enchanting.
    • hawaii of being enchanted.
    • a thing that enchants.
    • The act of enchanting or the feeling of being enchanted.
    • Something that enchants; a magical spell.
    • The act of enchanting; producing particular wonderful effects because of the aid of demons, or the agency of expected spirits; employing miracle arts, means, or charms; incantation.
    • the result from the act; the state to be enchanted.
    • whatever captivates the heart and sensory faculties; an influence or energy which fascinates or extremely delights.
    • The pretended art or act of making impacts by the invocation or help of demons or the company of spirits; employing miracle arts, means, or charms; incantation; what produces magical outcomes
    • hawaii or problem of being enchanted, actually or figuratively; especially, a tremendously delightful impact or impact; a feeling of appeal or fascination.
    • what enchants or delights; the power or quality of creating an enchanting result.
    • Synonyms Charm, fascination, secret, enchantment, sorcery, necromancy, witchery, witchcraft.
    • Rapture, transportation, ravishment.
    • a psychological condition induced by (or like induced by) a magical incantation
    • a magical enchantment
    • a feeling of great liking for anything wonderful and uncommon
    • The act of enchanting.
    • hawaii of being enchanted.
    • a thing that enchants.
    • The act of enchanting or even the sense of being enchanted.
    • a thing that enchants; a magical enchantment.
    • The work of enchanting; the production of specific wonderful effects by the help of demons, or the company of supposed spirits; employing secret arts, means, or charms; incantation.
    • The effect produced by the act; their state of being enchanted.
    • what captivates the heart and senses; an influence or power which fascinates or highly delights.
    • The pretended art or work of creating effects by the invocation or aid of demons or perhaps the company of spirits; the employment of secret arts, means, or charms; incantation; what creates magical results
    • hawaii or problem to be enchanted, virtually or figuratively; particularly, a really wonderful impact or result; a feeling of allure or fascination.
    • whatever enchants or delights; the power or top-notch producing an enchanting effect.
    • Synonyms Charm, fascination, magic, spell, sorcery, necromancy, witchery, witchcraft.
    • Rapture, transportation, ravishment.
    • a psychological condition induced by (or just as if induced by) a magical incantation
    • a magical spell
    • a feeling of great taste for anything wonderful and strange
    • The work of enchanting.
    • their state of being enchanted.
    • a thing that enchants.
    • The act of enchanting or even the sense of being enchanted.
    • a thing that enchants; a magical enchantment.
    • The work of enchanting; producing particular wonderful results by the help of demons, and/or agency of expected spirits; the use of magic arts, spells, or charms; incantation.
    • the result produced by the work; hawaii to be enchanted.
    • whatever captivates one's heart and senses; an influence or power which fascinates or highly delights.
    • The pretended art or work of making results by the invocation or help of demons and/or agency of spirits; the use of magic arts, spells, or charms; incantation; what creates magical results
    • hawaii or problem of being enchanted, virtually or figuratively; especially, a very wonderful impact or result; a sense of allure or fascination.
    • whatever enchants or delights; the ability or quality of creating an enchanting impact.
    • Synonyms Charm, fascination, magic, enchantment, sorcery, necromancy, witchery, witchcraft.
    • Rapture, transport, ravishment.
    • a psychological state induced by (or as though induced by) a magical incantation
    • a magical enchantment
    • a feeling of great taste for one thing wonderful and uncommon

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