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  • n. Plural form of enchanter.


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  • But the favor of enchanters is short-lived and uncertain.

    The Age of Fable

  • The Gods love interfering in humanity's affairs, magic is real though the magicians - "enchanters" - tend to be a nasty lot with peculiar habits and of course there are the celebrated Games which have quite an interesting format.

    "Lex Trent Versus The Gods" by Alex Bell (Reviewed by Liviu Suciu)

  • Whereof Paschasius was all anguishous and angry, and did do call his enchanters, which might never move her for all enchantery.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 2

  • The enchanters were the spirits of evil; their necromancies the works of Satan; the dragons and monsters, the ills, the difficulties, the obstacles to all good works which have to be overcome.

    Ernest Bracebridge School Days

  • I hope 'twas the former, but just in case remember that distance will help erase the rudeness, the snipes, the downright bad manners and before next year you can call the enchanters!

    Leadership Turn

  • The Magi formed one of the six divisions of the Medes. astrologers -- Hebrew, "enchanters," from a root, "to conceal," pactisers of the occult arts.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • They are based around Chrestomanci, a powerful enchanter, and often set in his castle where a sort of school for enchanters exists long, mind you, before Hogwarts existed.

    Monica Edinger: Diana Wynne Jones: An Appreciation

  • T. W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer highlighted the encounter of Odysseus with the Sirens, which are usually portrayed as female and birdlike enchanters, as the critical episode in this tale.44 The goddess Circe warns Odysseus to avoid “the enchanting song” of the Sirens and “their meadow starred with flowers.”


  • You have not shown righteous intellectual outrage or courage to confront these foreign aid pimps, conjurers and enchanters.

    Alemayehu G. Mariam: Lessons From Columbia U.

  • In this enterprise, however, he had more real difficulties than generally fell to the lot of a knight-errant of yore, who seldom had anything but giants, enchanters, fiery dragons, and such like easily conquered adversaries, to contend with…

    The Haunted


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