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Adjective: enchanted  en'chãn-tid or in'chãn-tid
  1. Influenced as by charms or incantations
Verb: enchant  en'chãnt or in'chãnt
  1. Hold spellbound
    - enrapture, transport, enthrall [US], ravish, enthral [Brit, Cdn], delight
  2. Attract; cause to be enamoured
    "She enchanted all the men's hearts";
    - capture, enamour [Brit, Cdn], trance, catch, becharm [archaic], enamor [US], captivate, beguile, charm, fascinate, bewitch, entrance
  3. Cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
    - hex, bewitch, glamour, witch, jinx, mozz [Austral]

See also: beguiled, bewitched, captivated, charmed, delighted, ensorcelled, enthralled, entranced, fascinated, hypnotised [Brit], hypnotized, mesmerised [Brit], mesmerized, spellbound, spell-bound, star-struck, transfixed

Type of: appeal, attract, becharm [archaic], charm, delight, please

Antonym: disenchant, disenchanted

Encyclopedia: Enchanted

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