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  • n. Plural form of enchantment.

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Examples

  • Even mages are proficient with cloth armor, which though it doesn’t give an armor bonus, can be made of special materials or gain enchantments that do.

    4e PHB Readthrough – Chapter 7: Equipment « Geek Related

  • With that, the last kind of skills are called environments, or the "enchantments".

    jaimewolf Diary Entry

  • It should seem that, by some kind of enchantments, they had thrown him into a delirium so far, that he had forgot both himself and the sabbath-day.

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • They had time after the summons to make suitable preparations -- and so it appears they succeeded by their "enchantments" in practising an illusion on the senses.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • And what we want in practical philosophy when it comes to this, is a new kind of enchantments, with capacities large enough to swallow up these, as the rod of Moses swallowed up the rods of the Egyptians.

    The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded

  • The word which our version renders by '"enchantments"' signifies

    Literary Remains, Volume 1

  • Quixote; "but henceforward I will endeavour to have at hand some sword made by such craft that no kind of enchantments can take effect upon him who carries it, and it is even possible that fortune may procure for me that which belonged to Amadis when he was called 'The Knight of the

    Don Quixote

  • And I wonder me here in Folsom, while democracy dreams its enchantments o'er the twentieth century world, whether there, in the rock-hewn crypt of that secret, desert valley, the bones still abide that once were mine and that stiffened my animated body when I was an Aryan master high-stomached to command.

    Chapter 21

  • Absorbing the vigor of that extravagant imagination empowers them to create fantastic physical manife-stations that haunt and delight those bedeviled by their unrestrained enchantments.

    Antonia Cruz Rafael: the ceramics of Ocumicho, Michoacan

  • James Parker considers the incoherent enchantments of a scene from The Goblet of Fire

    Harry Potter and the Slouching Adolescents

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