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enchantment

Line breaks: en¦chant|ment
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtʃɑːntm(ə)nt
 
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Definition of enchantment in English:

noun

[mass noun]
1A feeling of great pleasure; delight: the enchantment of the mountains
More example sentences
  • A woman's search for love is the search for herself, for her own enchantment.
  • In terms of dramatic influence the score balances subtle enchantment with brash, tribal expressions exceptionally well.
  • Australia has lived through a period of enchantment, nothing less.
Synonyms
2The state of being under a spell; magic: a world of mystery and enchantment
More example sentences
  • The key to unlocking the film's enchantment is to uncover the unforced romance.
  • Two venal siblings wrestle with a force of enchantment far more powerful than anything they have ever imagined.
  • The strength of enchantment cast over life by dream is mirrored in Franco's filmmaking technique.

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