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1. Formula: Enchant Weapon – Crusader.
2. Costumes in vivid colours dazzle and enchant.
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4. Yes, he said; everything that deceives may be said to enchant.
5. We may enchant the mantra of I AM to regulate and train the mind.
6. There was a pretty list of advantages with which to enchant the heart of Aglaya.
7. Enchant these words mentally; there should be no sound produced and no lip or tongue movement during practice.

8. Bereft his eyesight, and his song that did the ear enchant, and of his skill to touch his harp disfurnished his hand.
9. Perhaps, on top of everything, another Lea is lurking on some Greek island like Calypso to enchant her Ulysses, her Panos.
10. This beauty can emerge while he tells the tale of his adventures by sea that so enchant the Phaeacian queen and king, princes and princesses.
11. It’s a natural fact that there are Sirens that first enchant you with their song and afterwards they turn you into a skeleton, rotting under the heat of the sun.
12. Ladies-of-the-night, it was said, preferred to enchant their prospective angels in that bar as their escorts had already advertised their affluence by going there in the first place.
13. Falsehood must glitter; chastity must be sublimed into asceticism; music almost divine must enchant the ear; 'a fair show in the lesh’ must be made, even if the interior be 'dead men's bones and all uncleanness.
14. All that can attract the senses—incense, music, painting, sculpture, architecture, poetry, magnificent ceremonial—all that can enchant the imagination—is lavished to recommend creeds which contradict in their essential instructions the revelations of God.
15. For the sake of the semi-positive we shall chronicle the pianist, a true virtuoso if there ever was one, so blessed in the field of melodic opulence that he can very nearly enchant the artistically deficient, weaving them in a web of enlightenment with super-fast keystrokes and pulsations.
16. Helen’s beauty, that causes an atrocious ten year war and innumerable deaths between the Achaeans and the Trojans; the Sirens who use the beauty of their song to enchant and then destroy sailors who pass by them; the nymph Calypso, whose beauty imprisons Ulysses on her island for seven long years; Penelope’s beauty which causes the death of her one hundred eight suitors).
17. Drumming, the tapping of tambourines, dancing and excitement, and tuneful voices that entirely enchant hearts that are unmindful of the Source of Majesty and Beauty: these are used to delight the ears, after which the hearts become cheerful at these sounds and the spirits become captivated by what they hear, as the domination of whim is awakened and thinking and rationality become doped.
18. For what are you setting up? Why, the same old idol of domestic happiness, begetting children and making money; 'they were married and lived happy ever afterwards'—come, it's too much! You will enchant your readers, for even I couldn't put the book down; but that makes it all the worse! The reading public is as stupid as ever, but it's the duty of sensible people to wake them up, while you.
19. Can there be too many perfumes, too many open rose-buds, too many nightingales singing, too many green leaves, too much aurora in life? can people love each other too much? can people please each other too much? Take care, Estelle, thou art too pretty! Have a care, Nemorin, thou art too handsome! Fine stupidity, in sooth! Can people enchant each other too much, cajole each other too much, charm each other too much? Can one be too much alive, too happy? Moderate your joys.
20. The charms I wove around him to enchant him,.
1. In one of thine enchanting lays.
2. That place was enchanting, she says.
3. That first thrill, enchanting and magical.
4. Did you happen to see it? I found it enchanting.
5. Oh no, she is simply enchanting, and that is all.
6. Following behind them, was the enchanting Wang Susu.
7. There was something captivating, enchanting about it.
8. It was the most enchanting evening of Alexandra's life.
9. She is enchanting, but what makes her so I don’t know.
10. Almost in spite of himself he found the effect enchanting.
11. The ice cream was delicious and the company was enchanting.
12. He didn’t stop playing and laughing his enchanting laughs.
13. Oh, it would be a terrible loss, she is an enchanting woman.
14. He looked at me tenderly with his large, enchanting hazel eyes.
15. She often thought of that enchanting night, and the magic of Christmas.
16. The enchanting colors set her heart free Dozens of birds began to chirp.
17. Every trait and every movement of the Tsar’s seemed to him enchanting.
18. In the midst of the enchanting music, those ten young maidens had almost.
19. The inside of the house was even more enchanting than Kate had anticipated.
20. What I wouldn't give for a little enchanting pheromone ability just now.
21. It had been a sweet kind of music that she had heard, faint but enchanting.
22. Although Nangong Ping could hear her enchanting laughter, he did not lifted.
23. It was enchanting; to feel that soft, smooth, satiny skin against your loins.
24. All the land seemed also to bear a slight glow, one that she found enchanting.
25. Shop windows beckoned with enchanting displays in the best European tradition.
26. The mahu sat down on the ground and proceeded to play a soft, enchanting lullaby that.
27. The greatest of which is this enchanting young lady, who stands so gracefully before me.
28. I tell you I am madly, madly, in love with you! Is it my fault that you are enchanting?
29. She was but a month older than him, a pretty blue-eyed brunette with a very enchanting smile.
30. You can either bless the water with a blessing or enchanting spell, or by doing the following:.
31. Shalako’s enchanting granddaughter sat wide-awake, with her love’s head resting on her shoulder.
32. After some time Monty realised he could see swirls of blue and yellow energy moving in time to the enchanting music.
33. A handsome local led me among the shadowy tombstones and said in an enchanting accent, I want to put my cock in your bum.
34. Now, late in the afternoon of our second day in that stunning and enchanting Asian city, we had no more time at our disposal.
35. The Lake District was not as enchanting as Wordsworth had led me to believe, perhaps because the few trees and hills were bare.
36. Although an adept spell-craft and magic user, there were ancient casting and enchanting techniques that he had never seen before.
37. I learned that Khanum Taheri – whom I called Khala Jamila now – had once been famous in Kabul for her enchanting singing voice.
38. I changed into an enchanting ball gown my Mom had sent me: it was in rainbow colours of sunrise that beautifully offset my skin and hair.
39. The valey was secluded but enchanting shielding this lake which was once believed to be portraying a sleeping woman in Rig- Vedic period.
40. There was a woodstove and a tiny kitchen, a row of candles and a string of Christmas lights that cast enchanting shadows around the room.
41. He was small like me though just a mite taller, thin and well built, with beautiful, sparkling black eyes and an enchanting smile ….
42. One of those enchanting winter days, ideal for walks in gardens and on riverbanks, the sea, the desert, holding hands and stealing kisses.
43. It is not easy for a child to renounce all the types of complicity that are established between itself and the seductive, enchanting mother.
44. Besides, this one was driven to it by necessity, while the other amused herself by playing with that enchanting, disgusting, frightful passion.
45. Yet when they hit the ground after certain spins or jumps, he could hear the solid sound they made, even over the enchanting volume of the music.
46. There is something so enchanting in the smile of melancholy, she said to Borís, repeating word for word a passage she had copied from a book.
47. Only by taking her to bed early could I feel at ease, and remain safe in her enchanting company for which I should patiently hasten her into my arms.
48. Most want-to-be traders run out of money or patience long before they have completed their search for the elusive but enchanting supernatural pellet.
49. But even more enchanting was the presence of a glowing green-blue dragonfly, its impressive transparent wings stilled, clinging to the top of the bloom.
50. My friend, I need nothing but your heart!" he exclaimed, interrupting his narrative, "and that sweet enchanting look with which you are gazing at me now.
51. But, like a kitten, all charm and delicious ways at first, innocent, soft, enchanting, it turns into a cat with appalling rapidity and cruelly claws you.
52. Oh! Oh this is good! Her eyes were wide and the grin on her face was enchanting to John; I can feel it throughout my body, tingling in my breasts.
53. Continuing, the soft, enchanting voice said; We shall not do this, as this is against the policy of our High Council and protocols laid down in eons past.
54. He chose not to succumb to its enchanting lure, reminding himself it was merely the representation of his own internal dialogue rendered in three dimensions.
55. You are utterly enchanting my dear, it’s a pity that this couldn’t be a simple ballroom experience for you instead of the desperate mission that it is.
56. Gabrieli, ‘Concertina for Clarinet and Bassoon,’ by Franz Danzi, and ‘Valse Romantique,’ by Claude DeBussy brought forth visions of enchanting ladies.
57. An enchanting young maiden was enamored of a certain young man and one fine summer’s day she picked a bunch of the colorful flowers to give him as a present.
58. Its weather is pleasant and clement, and the houses therein are surrounded by thickets and trees from which ripe fruit and refreshing, enchanting flowers dangle.
59. The enchanting, middle-aged Frenchman laid his hands on her head and, as she herself afterward described it, she felt something like a fresh breeze wafted into her soul.
60. I brush it back, smiling and look at him again, remembering his square-shaped face, the enchanting violet eyes, and the beautifully molded chin that stands out whenever he smiles.
61. Pavement cafés, tree-lined boulevards, enchanting squares, avenues along which James Baldwin must have strolled, the Deux Magots Café where Sartre and his literary mates drank.
62. I was expecting a strong energy difficult to manage, but instead, I feel the most enchanting and suiting power filling me and then carrying on, out from my right hand to my neighbor.
63. But instead she gave him another of her enchanting, hesitant smiles, and said that she would feel safe with him by her side, so they went out into the street and down towards Slussen.
64. The smell of the roast meats was so enchanting that, without waiting to consult one another, every one of them got up and scrambled forwards into the ring with the one idea of begging for some food.
65. Talia thought it was a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a uniquely and incredibly pleasurable experience with the most enchanting of playmates, and as it turned out, she was not mistaken in the slightest.
66. But occasionally when you feel that enchanting loud or in a medium voice pitch will be more beneficial for you or to the other listeners who are in you company then loud or rhythmic recitations can be used.
67. A goddess, with fir red wild hair brushing off her shoulders she looked amazing, enchanting, she was Aphrodite, Venus everything that was good and beautiful in this world had nothing on this begin in front of me.
68. Both Tou and Kouan felt deeply the loss of the enchanting prospect, and gazed sadly upon the barren wall which rose before their eyes, but each consoled himself with the idea that his neighbor was as badly off as himself.
69. A touch of ‘borrowed’ makeup brightened her pallor and out of character in Beth’s clothes, baggy on her, Herminia’s petite Latin look and flashing eyes combined with her trademark smile to form an image in the hallway that was enchanting.
70. The exquisite creature, delightfully interested in the things he told her were interesting, so eager to hear about them, so appreciative, when he had pointed it out, of their beauty, had been the most enchanting of companions besides the most adorable of beloved.
71. But did she ever realize that it was neither her vocal technique nor her enchanting voice that was supposed to be the core of praise and worship? That she was not supposed to be the one being applauded and exalted every time she sings but that, it should be… you?
72. She took some time arranging the sequence and then started spinning a magic tale, in her enchanting voice, her beguiling smile and crazy, unbelievable accent, flipping the cards to illustrate events and predict the future in a performance such as I had never seen before.
73. Casaubon did not find his spirits rising; nor did the contemplation of that matrimonial garden scene, where, as all experience showed, the path was to be bordered with flowers, prove persistently more enchanting to him than the accustomed vaults where he walked taper in hand.
74. In Heart of Darkness (by Joseph Conrad), Marlow recalls the fascination he felt as a boy when looking at those areas; the greatest of all was in the middle of Africa and to him it was: An empty space of enchanting mystery – a white stain for children to make fantastic dreams about.
75. How I used to savor every nuance of her enchanting persona to her heart’s content; as she made me feel wanted like never before, what a wondrous feeling it was, but still, in those fulfilling moments of our life, I opened the book of my unrequited love that she read with empathetic feeling.
76. They all knew very well that the enchanting countess’ illness arose from an inconvenience resulting from marrying two husbands at the same time, and that the Italian’s cure consisted in removing such inconvenience; but in Anna Pavlovna’s presence no one dared to think of this or even appear to know it.
77. Varvara Petrovna appeared in his story as an enchanting brunette (who had been the rage of Petersburg and many European capitals) and her husband "had been struck down on the field of Sevastopol" simply because he had felt unworthy of her love, and had yielded her to his rival, that is, Stepan Trofimovitch.
78. They all knew very well that the enchanting countess’ illness arose from an inconvenience resulting from marrying two husbands at the same time, and that the Italian’s cure consisted in removing such inconvenience; but in Anna Pávlovna’s presence no one dared to think of this or even appear to know it.
79. As our rower led us through the stunningly enchanting halls of the cave, such as the Crossroads of Nymphs, the Lake of Exotic Ocean Creatures, the Sea of Shipwrecks complete with a sunken wreck, the Pink Chamber, the White Chamber and the wonderful Red Chamber, the rare beauty of the place took our breath away.
80. With an open air and an enchanting smile she went quickly up to Stepan Trofimovitch, held out her exquisitely gloved hand, and greeted him with a perfect shower of flattering phrases—as though the only thing she cared about that morning was to make haste to be charming to Stepan Trofimovitch because at last she saw him in her house.
81. At the first moment she hazily recalled that new, wonderful world of feeling and thought which had been opened to her by that charming young man who loved her, and whom she loved, and then his inexplicable cruelty and the long chain of humiliation and suffering which followed as the direct result of that enchanting bliss, and it pained her.
82. Philander; permit me to suggest that doubtless the Moors who were conquered in the fifteenth century will continue in that most regrettable condition for the time being at least, even though we postpone discussion of that world calamity until we may attain the enchanting view of yon FELIS CARNIVORA which distance proverbially is credited with lending.
83. Finally, the latest episode in Poland still fresh in the captain’s memory, and which he narrated with rapid gestures and glowing face, was of how he had saved the life of a Pole (in general, the saving of life continually occurred in the captain’s stories) and the Pole had entrusted to him his enchanting wife (parisienne de cœur) while himself entering the French service.
84. Finally, the latest episode in Poland still fresh in the captain’s memory, and which he narrated with rapid gestures and glowing face, was of how he had saved the life of a Pole (in general, the saving of life continually occurred in the captain’s stories) and the Pole had entrusted to him his enchanting wife (parisienne de coeur) while himself entering the French service.
85. The captain was happy, the enchanting Polish lady wished to elope with him, but, prompted by magnanimity, the captain restored the wife to the husband, saying as he did so: ‘I have saved your life, and I save your honor!’ Having repeated these words the captain wiped his eyes and gave himself a shake, as if driving away the weakness which assailed him at this touching recollection.
86. The captain was happy, the enchanting Polish lady wished to elope with him, but, prompted by magnanimity, the captain restored the wife to the husband, saying as he did so: I have saved your life, and I save your honor! Having repeated these words the captain wiped his eyes and gave himself a shake, as if driving away the weakness which assailed him at this touching recollection.
87. A few days later at one of those enchanting fetes which Helene gave at her country house on the Stone Island, the charming Monsieur de Jobert, a man no longer young, with snow white hair and brilliant black eyes, a Jesuit a robe courte* was presented to her, and in the garden by the light of the illuminations and to the sound of music talked to her for a long time of the love of God, of Christ, of the Sacred Heart, and of the consolations the one true.
88. A few days later at one of those enchanting fetes which Hélène gave at her country house on the Stone Island, the charming Monsieur de Jobert, a man no longer young, with snow white hair and brilliant black eyes, a Jesuit à robe courte * was presented to her, and in the garden by the light of the illuminations and to the sound of music talked to her for a long time of the love of God, of Christ, of the Sacred Heart, and of the consolations the one true Catholic religion affords in this world and the next.
89. Every farmer's home, heart and mind in the district will be influenced by the beauty and grandeur of the church; and many a bright boy, gazing enraptured upon its richly colored windows and entranced by the celestial voice of the organ, will there receive his first message from and in spirit be carried away to the beautiful and enchanting realm which lies far from the material and prosaic conditions which surround him in this workaday world-a real world, this new realm, vague and undefined though its boundaries be.
90. Straight ahead of you, within ten minutes’ brisk walk, are twenty theaters, sixteen hotels, six expensive restaurants, two huge department stores, the Herald newspaper palace, with the elevated road cutting across its face, several tall apartment houses thrusting up their lighted windows into the night, telegraph offices, bars, apothecaries, florists, confectioners, tobacconists, jewelry shops galore, all signed with electricity, and producing that wonderful glitter and glare that is both so bizarre and so enchanting.
91. When hope tired me, her enchanting persona was blurred in my mind but the beauty of that brief encounter ever remains fresh in my memory; even now, as I ponder over her inexplicable behavior, I wonder whether it was her vanity to desist from an affair with an older man that blinded her attraction; would’ve my disclosure in the midst of our lovemaking made her recoil from my arms? What if she were to know about my age after we were true and thick into an affair, wouldn’t she have still carried on with me? I know that I would never know.
92. And when I told them that perhaps it really was so, my God, how they shouted with laughter in my face, and what mirth I caused! Oh, yes, of course I was overcome by the mere sensation of my dream, and that was all that was preserved in my cruelly wounded heart; but the actual forms and images of my dream, that is, the very ones I really saw at the very time of my dream, were filled with such harmony, were so lovely and enchanting and were so actual, that on awakening I was, of course, incapable of clothing them in our poor language, so that they were bound to become blurred in my mind; and so perhaps I really was forced afterwards to make up the details, and so of course to distort them in my passionate desire to convey some at least of them as quickly as I could.
93. Her gallant, who was a gentleman about thirty, somewhat inclined to a fatness that was in no sort displeasing, improving the hint thus tendered him of this mode of enjoyment, after setting her well in this posture, and encouraging her with kisses and caresses to stand him thro', drew out his affair ready erected, and whose extreme length, rather disproportioned to its breadth, was the more surprising, as that excess is not often the case with those of his corpulent habit; making then the right and direct application, he drove it up to the guard, whilst the round bulge of those Turkish beauties of her's, tallying with the hollow made with the bent of his belly and thighs, as he curved inwards, brought all those parts, surely not un-delightfully, into warm touch, and close conjunction; his hands he kept passing round her body, and employed in toying with her enchanting breasts.
94. His body seemed to acquire an airy lightness, his perception brightened in a remarkable manner, his senses seemed to redouble their power, the horizon continued to expand; but it was not the gloomy horizon of vague alarms, and which he had seen before he slept, but a blue, transparent, unbounded horizon, with all the blue of the ocean, all the spangles of the sun, all the perfumes of the summer breeze; then, in the midst of the songs of his sailors,—songs so clear and sonorous, that they would have made a divine harmony had their notes been taken down,—he saw the Island of Monte Cristo, no longer as a threatening rock in the midst of the waves, but as an oasis in the desert; then, as his boat drew nearer, the songs became louder, for an enchanting and mysterious harmony rose to heaven, as if some Loreley had decreed to attract a soul thither, or Amphion, the enchanter, intended there to build a city.
1. He was enchanted by them.
2. Leif enchanted a light spell.
3. The flowing water enchanted him.
4. They enchanted a different spell.
5. He enchanted a different sorcery.
6. Enchanted by the moon's pale beam.
7. Carlotta was enchanted by it all.
8. These are enchanted tuning forks.
9. He enchanted a sorcery of binding.
10. Frodo and Sam stood as if enchanted.
11. Peter found himself enchanted by her.
12. Allys looked at him amazed, enchanted.
13. They were enchanted so only mortals.
14. She was enchanted with her inspiration.
15. A savage place! as holy and enchanted.
16. The adept mage enchanted an attack spell.
17. I was enchanted, far too scared to blink.
18. He’s trapped inside the enchanted book.
19. I was speechless, enchanted, overwhelmed.
20. The same enchanted quiet brooded over all.
21. Of the enchanted collar, there was no sign.
22. Roger thought he was in an enchanted world.
23. Both men appeared to be enchanted with her.
24. It was right out of an enchanted fairy tale.
25. Their hearts you fill with enchanted suavity.
26. The child went away quite enchanted with him.
27. She wondered what had become of the enchanted.
28. The Lore Masters enchanted a spell of their own.
29. Not even in this enchanted sea, now sparkling.
30. I want to live in this enchanted moment forever.
31. The enchanted eggs were shaking like angry fish.
32. It is enchanted to protect the bearer from harm.
33. What enchanted me at the beginning was that the.
34. George took Alexandra's hand and said, Enchanted.
35. Mother, father, and granny were enchanted by the.
36. He enchanted the light sword she carried with her.
37. The enchanted object glowed with tiny, faint runes.
38. His count of enchanted objects had diminished by one.
39. They responded quickly and enchanted another sorcery.
40. The Key Mage of Coermantyr enchanted a spatial sorcery.
41. That night I was enchanted by the centuries-old bells.
42. The merchant lich-troll enchanted a spell of shielding.
43. Ceder took out the enchanted eggs and handed one to Jai.
44. The dragon’s enchanted winter had destroyed the enemy.
45. Moreover his enchanted mask also responded to the Amrita.
46. That bed is enchanted, and I have to dream of her again.
47. That’s what enchanted me, the absolute peacefulness.
48. Marion had stood there, enchanted, the light on her face.
49. If he kills me, he's only killing the enchanted image of.
50. She’d be his without dispute once enchanted by the flower.
51. He started with only nine, who grew the enchanted cane upon.
52. Zolgnath and the Drystyx Monks enchanted a spell of subterfuge.
53. The giant, red gorgon enchanted a forceful, charm person spell.
54. In future, must remember to watch where I tread when enchanted.
55. Come with us and have a drink of the enchanted nectar, will.
56. What does it mean? whispered Tifa, as if enchanted by the.
57. The residents of The Spires marched through the enchanted gateway.
58. They sang an old Celtic song about a swan in the enchanted forest.
59. An enchanted rope is an essential for every budding adventurer.
60. Carolyn gazed at the enchanted mirror that returned only a shadowy.
61. He was evidently enchanted by the vistas that opened up before him.
62. But it lashed into the enchanted forest with the whip of centuries.
63. Today, the site serves making a million, which enchanted the media.
64. But his armor is still not fully enchanted, nor will his knives be.
65. Yes!, Don said rising to his feet too, enchanted by her smiles.
66. The one you've been in since you stepped through my enchanted wall.
67. They moved like phantom riders through an enchanted realm of shadows.
68. Hillary sat cross-legged in front of the enchanted mirror in her room.
69. But when he came to the enchanted horse, the princess declared that.
70. Both of them held their enchanted bows with arrows of coloured flame.
71. Most could only wield enough to create Fire with their enchanted bows.
72. The first time the king had enchanted her palm she was nine years old.
73. Jai took the enchanted eggs out of his satchel and handed one to Ceder.
74. He stood still enchanted, while the sweet syllables of the elvish song.
75. But as it is so, I will prove plainly to you that you are not enchanted.
76. But the captain, looking at Ilusha, was more enchanted than any of them.
77. Of course Hillary, but in point of fact the enchanted looking-glass.
78. Don was enchanted at the spirit of the Dragons and their quickness to act.
79. The czar was enchanted by Napoléon, and Napoléon confessed later that.
80. She knew without a doubt that her sister was somehow enchanted by this man.
81. Yes, it is!, Don said rising to his feet too, enchanted by her smiles.
82. Ivan became friendly with a local family and became enchanted with the arts.
83. The prince then inquired if she knew what had become of the enchanted horse.
84. The dervishes, who could not imagine what had become of him, were enchanted.
85. Meme barely took notice of the journey through the formerly enchanted region.
86. In this way they were all soon on the far bank safe across the enchanted stream.
87. I just sat, enchanted, with my mouth hanging open as she turned slowly in front.
88. He alone did not obey the law of immutability in the enchanted, sleeping castle.
89. In fact, long term lovers can become even more enchanted with each other, since.
90. The Sultan was so enchanted with all the talents of which I had given proof that.
91. Frustrated at the failure of her attack, the Dire Queen enchanted another sorcery.
92. The trolley stood like an enchanted calliope, simmering where the sun fell on it.
93. He became enchanted with following God in every little jot and tittle of the Law.
94. With a jolt he realized it was the stone eye, the one enchanted by the Arkenians.
95. I was curious, but I knew the answer was enchanted only true wizards will know it.
96. So, she fetched a napkin and put into it the magic fruits from the enchanted garden.
97. Enchanted disinterest in all things melancholy takes the edge of visual internment.
98. Zarko followed Helez into the room aware that the young woman was enchanted by him.
99. She looked at Jai’s satchel, aglow with the sapphire light of the enchanted eggs.
100. He slipped the enchanted weapon into his belt loop after strapping on his bow case.
1. He enchants me.
2. And there I am left captive of your beauty, like an artist admiring the statue that enchants him.
3. At one moment it seemed to them as if the singer were in the courtyard, at another in the stable; and as they were all attention, wondering, Cardenio came to the door and said, Listen, whoever is not asleep, and you will hear a muleteer's voice that enchants as it chants.

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