Word – Enchantment
Enchantment – Word of the Day
(noun): A feeling of great pleasure; delight.
It originated in Middle English from word inchant which means put under a spell and also from French word enchanter derived from Latin word incantare, via in-+ cantare means sing.
Noun Usage – Enchantment
- Meera’s dance performance was a magical enchantment. Just like the movie Black Swan but even more captivating!
- He wrote so beautifully about the dangers as well as the enchantments of paragliding.
- Tim couldn’t get rid of the enchantment of Yukti.
- Mayank is in a state of enchantment.
- Annie’s enchantment faded when she found that the house needed even more repair.
- This place has lost its enchantment for me.
Verb Usage – Enchant
- Watch the delight on the faces of children as the puppet show enchants them.
- “Please make sure the models are well dressed to enchant our audience.”
- When Suzi finished her musical act, she did enchant the audience with her incredible performance.
- When Josh joined as the trainer for undisciplined football players, he was able to enchant them by his training skills.
- This book will enchant you while evoking great mysteries about Vikings.
- Horror Movies are great conversation starters and can enchant its admirers.
Adjective Usage – Enchanted
- Sam is enchanted by Alex’s smile.
- David was enchanted by the scenic beauty of this place.
- I was enchanted by the beautiful peacock
- Varun soon realized that the home was enchanted, and he has to leave as quickly as possible.
- Sam and Pal could not help being enchanted by the island’s charm and magical setting.
- He was enchanted by the beauty of the mountains.