from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Enchantment.
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Add the lore of 'chantment -- songs, runes, special materials ranging from blood and snake venom to -- what? bear fat and lingonberries, maybe?
Somehow they had broken through the en - chantment that protected the village, and they descended on it in a ravening horde.
From that touch came a kind of shock which alerted him to her en - chantment.
One of the reasons for the reluctance of most contem - porary philosophers to deal with death is their disen - chantment with metaphysical speculation which seemed to yield nothing but contradictory opinions.
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** that their apprehension was quicker,. their native taste more refined, their prose poetry, their poetry music, their music en* chantment.