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enchantment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Magic
enchantmenten‧chant‧ment /ɪnˈtʃɑːntmənt $ ɪnˈtʃænt-/ noun  1 [uncountable]MYSTERIOUS the quality of being very pleasant or attractive the enchantment of poetry2 [countable, uncountable] literaryROM a change caused by magic, or the state of being changed by magic
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enchantmentI was in a state of complete enchantment.The more he remains glued to life with all its enchantments, so-called, the more he is assumed to be asleep.Cleveland's production of the "Nutcracker" is full of enchantment.None of them knew the downright pleasure of enchantment, of not suspecting but knowing the things behind things.No magician capable of such enchantments ever came within a mile of Morpork docks.The Robe of Human Hands ... the enchantment that would release the prisoners ... Yes.Though what enchantment there was to be found in that love, she failed to see.
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