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Delightfully charming or attractive.‘Dinah looked enchanting’
captivating, charming, delightful, attractive, appealing, engaging, winning, dazzling, bewitching, beguiling, alluring, tantalizing, seductive, ravishing, disarming, irresistible, spellbinding, entrancing, enthralling, fetching, dreamybonnytakingView synonyms
- ‘It's an enchanting house in a fabulous village location.’
- ‘It's an appealing, enchanting smile - the identical smile that has earned her so many wolf whistles between last year and this.’
- ‘Painting was another love and he brought his artistic nature to bear on a series of beautiful paintings… including an enchanting one of Lismore Castle in County Waterford.’
- ‘And the enchanting tale of The Borrowers will be brought to life in a new spellbinding production.’
- ‘While the scenic beauty of enchanting views make the course one of the most sought after in India, it has provided the backdrop to hundreds of movies in several Indian languages.’
- ‘Standing on the Zhuangyuan Pavilion, you can marvel at the enchanting views of lakes and hills.’
- ‘She loved to watch people engaged in dance; there was something enchanting and joyful about it that appealed to the imagination.’
- ‘I slipped briefly back into sleep and emerged when breakfast was being served outside in an enchanting garden-courtyard.’
- ‘It was difficult to leave this enchanting place, and I'm sure a return visit is on the cards.’
- ‘The effect is especially enchanting when viewed from a distance.’
- ‘Explore this Georgian Mansion and enjoy a range of exhibitions that offer an enchanting view of Ireland's heritage and culture.’
- ‘She prances in my direction, and gives Chris an engaging, enchanting smile - but he looks right through it.’
- ‘Caribbean cruise are your passage to an enchanting world with enthralling experiences.’
- ‘Its seductive power - its enchanting spell - is the key to understanding corporate globalism.’
- ‘I still have battered copies of all her earlier books, the most moving perhaps being French Country Cooking with its enchanting drawings and ‘must try’ recipes.’
- ‘This is both a dangerous and an entrancing, enchanting position.’
- ‘And then there was the enchanting boat-ride across from City Palace jetty to dreamy Lake Palace for dinner.’
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