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enchanting |enˈ ch anti ng |
delightfully charming or attractive : Dinah looked enchanting.
enchant |enˈ ch ant|
verb [ trans. ] (often be enchanted)
fill (someone) with great delight; charm : Isabel was enchanted with the idea.
• put (someone or something) under a spell : [as adj. ] ( enchanted) an enchanted garden.
ORIGIN late Middle English (in the senses [put under a spell] and [delude] ; formerly also as inchant): from French enchanter, from Latin incantare, from in- ‘in’ + cantare ‘sing.’
an enchanting ballerina captivating, charming, delightful, bewitching, beguiling, adorable, lovely, attractive, appealing, engaging, winning, fetching, winsome, alluring, disarming, seductive, irresistible, fascinating; dated taking.