enchant

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Synonyms for enchant

Synonyms for enchant

to act upon with or as if with magic

to please greatly or irresistibly

to give great or keen pleasure to

Synonyms for enchant

References in classic literature ?
Love is like the ocean: seen superficially, or in haste, it is called monotonous by common souls, whereas some privileged beings can pass their lives in admiring it, and in finding, ceaselessly, the varying phenomena that enchant them.
Yet what most enchants Nordstrom's aristocrats, as we see in The Tomb of the Lonely Soldier, 2000, is women who are inert, their vulvas and anuses revealed for contemplation only, or perhaps the odd spanking experiment.