enchantress enchantress


  1. (n) a woman who is considered to be dangerously seductive
  2. (n) a female sorcerer or magician


  1. But the enchantress was Baiul, 16, who presented herself elaborately costumed as the Black Swan in Tchaikovsky's ballet.
  2. A magic fish, an enchantress-siren.
  3. Of Morgana, mistress of mandrake and sulfur, Mirren makes an armored, camp enchantress.



  1. "One of the reasons I wrote [The Enchantress of Florence] is that I wanted to get back to the real reason I became a writer in the first place, which was not to tell the story of myself. And it was not to become some kind of political figure, you...
    on Jun 10, 2008 By: Salman Rushdie Source: CBC.ca

  2. Tonioli said the Pussycat Doll was like "a divine enchantress," and Carrie Ann Inaba told the pop singer "what you are doing is incredible."
    on May 18, 2010 By: Bruno Tonioli Source: MTV.com

  3. Babbage called her his "enchantress of numbers".
    on Feb 28, 2009 By: Charles Babbage Source: guardian.co.uk

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