Something that's enchanting is charming and delightful. You might be surprised and pleased by the enchanting view from the window in your hotel room.

When something is enchanting, it's a pleasure to look at, almost as if it's put a spell on you. Some actresses have such enchanting faces that audiences will sit through terrible movies just to gaze at them. If your grandmother describes a little boy with enchanting manners, she means he was delightfully polite and lovely to talk to. The Old French enchanter, "bewitch or cast a spell," is at the root of enchanting, from the Latin incantare, "cast a spell on."

Definitions of enchanting

adj capturing interest as if by a spell

enchanting music”
bewitching, captivating, enthralling, entrancing, fascinating
pleasing to the eye or mind especially through beauty or charm

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