Definition of Enchanters

1. Noun. (plural of enchanter) ¹



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Definition of Enchanters

1. enchanter [n] - See also: enchanter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enchanters

enchained
enchaining
enchainment
enchainments
enchains
enchaired
enchannel
enchanneled
enchanneling
enchannels
enchant
enchantable
enchanted
enchanter
enchanter's nightshade
enchanters (current term)
enchantest
enchanteth
enchanting
enchantingly
enchantment
enchantments
enchantour
enchantress
enchantresses
enchants
encharge
encharged
encharges
encharging

Literary usage of Enchanters

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1. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson (1810)
"PROLOGUE то THE BRITISH enchanters. Porn by observation find it true, Ta harder much to please themselves than you ; To weave a plot, to work and to retine ..."

2. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain (1883)
"ENCHANTMENTS AND enchanters. THE largest annual event in New Orleans is a something which we arrived too late to sample—the Mardi-Gras festivities. ..."

3. A New General Biographical Dictionary by Hugh James Rose (1853)
"Addison joined with Dryden in sounding his praises ; the former in the epilogue to the British enchanters, and the latter, in some verses addressed to him ..."

4. The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha by Miguel de ( Cervantes Saavedra, Henry Edward Watts (1888)
"CHAPTER L. Wherein is declared who 'were the enchanters and executioners who whipped the duenna, and pinched and scratched Don Quixote; with what befel the ..."

5. Hawthorne and His Circle by Julian Hawthorne (1903)
"... —Nuts—Giants and enchanters—Coasting—Wet noses, dark eyes, ambrosial breath—My first horseback ride— Herman Melville's stories—Another kind of James— ..."

6. The Travels of Ludovico Di Varthema in Egypt, Syria, Arabia Deserta and by Lodovico de Varthema, John Winter Jones, George Percy Badger (1863)
"great enchanters. We have seen them grasp serpents which, if they touch [bite ?] any one, he immediately falls to the earth dead. ..."

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