Isabel was enchanted with the idea.
insignificant yet enchanting phrases.
a palace in an enchanted wood
He was enchanted by the idea.
she enchanted guests with her charisma.
She was enchanted by the flowers you sent her.
The football fans were enchanted by / with the wonderful goal.
an evening that enchanted all the guests;
a bare stage that was transfigured into an enchanted forest;
Don't be enchanted with things in flowery pack. Each newfashioned dress in fashion magazines are only for movie stars and models.
Reader must understand that in the possession and thralldom of a nymphet the enchanted traveler stands, as it were, beyond happiness.
Will not select to drink wine to the bar, will not let the curling up in the air cigarette bedead the oneself, be not willing to let oneself enchant in green world of red drink of lamp.
Photo Gallery: Enchanting Florence Birthplace of an Italian specialty: Florence's Caffé Giacosa is where the Negroni cocktail was concocted—and where it is still served today.
The Queen of Elfland, who carried off Thomas the Rhymer upon her milk-white steed swifter than the wind, came riding by the Eildon Tree as a lady, if one of enchanting beauty.
In the purply light of d usk the town looked peaceful and happy — enchanting even — and there was an engaging air of expectancy, of fun about to happen.
[专业四级]《英语专业八级考试全真试卷》正文： Behind me the lights of Blackpool Tower were just twinkling on, and the str eets were beginning to fill with happy evening throngs.