Origin of enchantment
Examples from the Web for enchantment
But I also want jazz to be loved and enjoyed, to serve as a source of enchantment and delight.
But as the years go on, you learn about the oily machinery that manufactures all that enchantment.I Joined the Peace Corps Because of Angelina Jolie|Sean Smith|January 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
This is true magic—the enchantment of love, memory, obsession, and the flawed attempts of human beings to understand themselves.
She is the author of a novel, Enchantment, and a collection of essays, Dreaming of Hitler.
The houses seemed to acquire from the gray and silver web of October enchantment a mysterious immensity.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
For notwithstanding the misery of such reflections, there is an enchantment in this remorse, which fixes them to the spot.Adventures in the Moon, and Other Worlds|John Russell Russell
Seated under the bower of jasmine and honeysuckle I felt as if I were experiencing the enchantment of paradise, of another Eden.The Story of a Child|Pierre Loti
Very gradually the heavens clear, till at last a blue sky and warm sunshine bring out all the enchantment of the scene.The Roof of France|Matilda Betham-Edwards
Every cadence and vibration of that voice was to him enchantment—he could not choose but pause.The Cock and Anchor|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu