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Enchanting in a sentence

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Sentence count:80+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bewitchingcaptivatingenthrallingentrancingfascinatingSimilar words: penchanttrenchantenchantmentelephantinewantingpantingcontingencyunchangeableMeaning: [-tɪŋ]  adj. capturing interest as if by a spell. 
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1. The enchanting scenery of the West Lake unfolds before our eyes.
2. The child looked enchanting in a pale blue dress.
3. What an enchanting little girl!
4. She's an absolutely enchanting child.
5. The main attraction of Beijing resides in its enchanting scenery.
6. It's described in the guide book as 'an enchanting medieval city'.
7. Those enchanting illustrations for Ambrose Heath's Good Food books?
8. A roof-top terrace affords enchanting views.
9. The overall effect is enchanting.
10. The many enchanting designs from that period are almost wholly devoted to external appearance, to cottages as features in the landscape.
11. That the world should be so enchanting after the enchantment of Vitor's lovemaking was entirely appropriate.
12. Zinnia is one of the most enchanting new perfumes to surface for some time.
13. How could she find this scene so enchanting after her years on the golden beaches of California?
14. Gardens are enchanting at night but you can only see the one little bit near you.
15. They are bright and enchanting and look superb in a rock garden, at the front of a border or in pots.
16. Zsa Zsa was enchanting - whatever I said to her, she'd just giggle and become even more indiscreet.
17. They had enchanting voices and their singing lured sailors to their death.
17. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
18. Even closer to home is the enchanting beauty of the Craigendarroch Country Estate.
19. All have telephone, most with views over the enchanting surroundings and a very few also have terrace or balcony.
20. It is so enchanting that there is always a certain reluctance to reveal its magic to the rest of the world.
21. Eleanor was in her last term by then and had come under the spell of the enchanting MIle.
22. Thus, whether one feels like an outsider or an insider, the story can be equally enchanting.
23. Still, better than Patrick Leigh Fermor, endless garbage about local customs, ravishing scenery, enchanting cranky locals.
24. The birds in the aviary at the zoo were enchanting, but I wanted more.
25. This they did and drew near the island, all except Odysseus deaf to the enchanting song.
26. Its varied character, bird life and rich ground flora, including wild daffodils, make it an enchanting place.
27. As a story, it takes on a different tone, but is still enchanting.
28. What Gast alone came back with was footage of Ali motivating himself while simultaneously enchanting the media and the natives.
29. The twelve cameos, each written to display the talents of individual instrumentalists, made an enchanting effect.
30. Moreover, her individual sense of fun and fantasy made her an enchanting companion, though a neurotic strain was also apparent.
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