Harry refers to his “enchantress of our Twenty Thousand Days.”
The king looked at Wilhelmine, and could find no evidence of this in the fresh, smiling countenance of his enchantress.
Then, drinking off all the wine, he looked the enchantress calmly in the face.
He resolved to mend his ways and shun the too fascinating society of the enchantress.
"It is only a sleeping potion," said the enchantress to Prince Jason.
Whereupon, in desperation, Glaucus sought the aid of Circe, an enchantress.
And anyhow, no doubt all the best cabins on the enchantress Isis were taken.
And with a most radiant smile, the enchantress leans over the young man and presses a long kiss upon his mouth.
I had told such stories about the enchantress Isis that she would like to see her.
The enchantress's gig lay near the steps, but her crew had not arrived, although Macallister had waited half an hour for them.