Definition of Encharm

1. to charm [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: charm



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encharm

enchanters
enchantest
enchanteth
enchanting
enchantingly
enchantment
enchantments
enchantour
enchantress
enchantresses
enchants
encharge
encharged
encharges
encharging
encharm (current term)
encharmed
encharms
enchase
enchased
enchaser
enchasers
enchases
enchasing
enchasten
enchastened
enchastening
enchastens
enchaunt
enchauntour

Literary usage of Encharm

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1. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Horace Howard Furness (1913)
"Without doubt encharm'd is the right word, and, as it is also the more unusual word, was probably changed by the printer into ..."

2. Strictures on Mr. Collier's New Edition of Shakespeare, 1858 by Alexander Dyce (1859)
"See the present volume, under Cymbeline, act iv. sc. 2. ROMEO AND JULIET. P. 107,—act i. sc. 1. "' From love's weak childish bow she lives encharm'd. ..."

3. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"... to deliver from delusion, from fascination ; to dis-encharm. ... DIS-encharm,* ». To free from the influence of charm» or incantations ; to disenchant ..."

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