Definition of enchant:
enjoy, revel, take hold of, tickle, channelise, charm, juggle, hoodwink, cheer, dishonor, appropriate, grip, jinx, enamour, please, trance, ravish, assault, mesmerise, bewitch, ship, enthral, grab, voodoo, spellbind, delight, influence, see, tempt, dishonour, transfix, becharm, take in, watch, enthrall, enrapture, captivate, carry, catch, arrest, overtake, pleasure, send, hex, gratify, pick up, beguile, outrage, view, glamour, happy, hypnotize, channel, entrance, hitch, conquer, rape, persuasion, magnetise, spell, like, violate, overhear, gladden, enamor, transfer, witch, transmit, joy, get, seize, overjoy, catch up with, mesmerize, intrigue, fascinate, channelize, transport, trip up, capture.
He had reminded her of what she had almost forgotten: that she was still young, that she was still lovely, that she had a right to be happy, to enchant and be enchanted- perhaps even to love and to be loved.- "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- "Cord and Creese", James de Mille.
- "Modern Painting", George Moore.