- a person who enchants or delights.
- a magician; sorcerer.
Origin of enchanter
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Examples from the Web for enchanter
And in Ecclesiasticus, "Who will pity the enchanter that has been bitten by the serpent?"The Phantom World
Merlin was a King in early Britain; he was also an Enchanter.
The marvel of their captivation lay in the spell of the enchanter.A Day's Ride
Charles James Lever
Theirs the Enchanter's toil, not in vain,—making ropes out of sea-sand.Proserpina, Volume 1
Every age, every person, and every art obeys the wand of the enchanter.
Word Origin and History for enchanter
late 13c., agent noun from enchant or from Old French enchanteor.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper