1. enchantment

noun. ['ɛnˈtʃæntmənt'] a feeling of great liking for something wonderful and unusual.


  • enthrallment
  • captivation
  • fascination


  • repel
  • consciousness
  • unspell
  • disinclination

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Rhymes with Enchantment

  • abandonment
  • abatement
  • aberrant
  • abhorrent
  • abortifacient
  • abridgement
  • absent
  • absorbent
  • abstinent
  • abundant
  • accelerant
  • accident
  • accompaniment
  • accompaniment
  • accomplishment
  • accountant
  • accouterment
  • accoutrement
  • achievement
  • acknowledgement

Sentences with enchantment

1. Noun, singular or mass
Historically, lavender roses have been used to symbolize love at first sight and enchantment with another person.

Quotes about enchantment

1. I thought: pity the poor in spirit who know neither the enchantment nor the beauty of language.
- Muriel Barbery, The Elegance of the Hedgehog

2. Nothing is ever truly gone... Not for me, nor for any human being. We can only go forward, unless we are guests in some enchantment that is not is ours. We are condemned to an endless present, and we can never go back-the source of all our joy, and all our sorrow."-Hem at Zelika's grave
- Alison Croggon, The Crow

3. Christian spirituality was not a children's story. It wasn't cute or neat. It was mystical and odd and clean, and it was reaching into dirty. There was wonder in it and enchantment.
- Donald Miller, Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality

2. enchantment

noun. ['ɛnˈtʃæntmənt'] a magical spell.


  • black magic
  • black art
  • sorcery
  • bewitchment


  • elation
  • depression
  • mental health
  • irresoluteness

3. enchantment

noun. ['ɛnˈtʃæntmənt'] a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a magical incantation.


  • mental state
  • possession
  • captivation
  • trance
  • psychological condition
  • spell
  • mental condition
  • fascination


  • unfriendliness
  • distaste
  • aversion
  • feeling