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enchanter

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Noun
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en=chant=er

CIDE DICTIONARY

enchantern. [Cf. F. enchanteur.].
     One who enchants; a sorcerer or magician; also, one who delights as by an enchantment.  [1913 Webster]
    "Like ghosts from an enchanter fleeing."  [1913 Webster]
Enchanter's nightshade (Bot.), a genus (Circæa) of low inconspicuous, perennial plants, found in damp, shady places.

OXFORD DICTIONARY

enchanter, n. (fem. enchantress) a person who enchants, esp. by supposed use of magic.

Idiom
enchanter's nightshade a small plant, Circaea lutetiana, with white flowers.

THESAURUS

enchanter

Artful Dodger, Casanova, Circe, Don Juan, Euryale, Gorgon, Lorelei, Machiavel, Machiavelli, Machiavellian, Medea, Medusa, Parthenope, Siren, Stheno, actor, bamboozler, befuddler, beguiler, bewitcher, charmer, conjurer, coquette, counterfeiter, deceiver, deluder, dissembler, dissimulator, dodger, double-dealer, duper, enchantress, enticer, entrancer, faker, femme fatale, flirt, fooler, forger, gay deceiver, hoaxer, hypnotizer, inveigler, jilt, jilter, joker, jokester, kidder, leg-puller, mage, magus, mesmerizer, misleader, necromancer, plagiarist, plagiarizer, playactor, practical joker, ragger, role-player, seducer, seductress, siren, sorcerer, spellbinder, spoofer, tease, teaser, tempter, temptress, vamp, vampire, voodooist, warlock, wizard

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