enchant with (something)

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enchant with (something)

1. To cast a spell on someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "enchant" and "with." The evil witch enchanted all of the forest animals with magic and put them to sleep.
2. To capture and hold one's attention by a particular means. A noun or pronoun can be used between "enchant" and "with." The baby is totally enchanted with that new mobile you hung above her crib—she just can't stop watching it. Susie is a great storyteller, so I'm sure she'll enchant you with her latest tale.
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enchant someone with something

 
1. . Lit. to bewitch someone or something with a magic spell. The children were enchanted with a spell that made them forget.
2. Fig. to fascinate someone with some object. She enchanted the children with the little drawings she made of them. We were enchanted with her drawings.
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Christmas never fails to enchant us with its magic - and grown-ups can get excited about it, too
Benny returned to enchant us with classics such as Malt And Barley Blues before Jim returned to launch into his best-known numbers, including Hi Ho Silver, the theme tune from the TV series Boon.
Marshalling data from archaeology, primatology, linguistics, ethnography, and post-colonial theory, he continues to enchant us with the dignity of the hunting lifestyle while documenting the ironclad processes that condemn it.