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- adv. In an enchanting manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an enchanting manner; so as to delight or charm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a bewitching manner
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Tom Shales, a WaPo columnist also said that Obama spoke "enchantingly" and that he was "flabbergasting" in a good way.
In the wake of some great coverage of the New York Cork Club, I'm happy to announce our March Selections ... a steel-fermented favorite and a enchantingly flavorful cabernet franc.
This classic sidewalk game that really gets kids jumping for joy can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime, rain or shine – just unroll the enchantingly illustrated play rug, and let them hop their way to fun and fitness.
City's past and present intertwine enchantingly; if you see latest 'Pirates,' wear two eye patches .
Asa The Way I Feel I could have picked anything from Asa's second album, Beautiful Imperfection, but this Sade-esque piece of jazzy soul shows off the Nigerian singer's enchantingly drowsy vocals best.
The orchestra was crisp and precise Monday night, enchantingly supple under the direction of Sylvain Cambreling.
I mean sure, Fredericksburg, Texas, has a charming, historic downtown, rests enchantingly amidst the pastoral green hills of the Pedernales Valley.
Everything about this old lady is enchantingly vague—the story she tells about baking a cake with a shortening called Fluffo, the basis of her strong bond with Hesher—but nothing needs to be spelled out, for Ms. Laurie turns uncertainty into poetry.
It is enchantingly different from our “merry-go-rounds”.
There's a fine line between being enchantingly odd and isolating yourself from a wide audience.