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  1. en·chant
    IPA[inˈCHant]
  2. verb

    • 1. fill (someone) with great delight; charm:

      Isabel was enchanted with the idea the scenery began to enchant her
    • 2. put (someone or something) under a spell; bewitch:

      Marcia had enchanted the rope so that it simply regenerated when any length was cut off you have been enchanted by some spirits
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: enchant, 3rd person present: enchants, gerund or present participle: enchanting, past tense: enchanted, past participle: enchanted

    • verb

      fill (someone) with great delight; charm:

      put (someone or something) under a spell; bewitch:

    • adjective

      placed under a spell; bewitched:

      filled with delight; charmed:

    • adjective

      placed under a spell; bewitched:

      filled with delight; charmed:

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