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Enchantment may refer to:
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- Incantation or enchantment, a magical spell, charm or bewitchment, in traditional fairy tales or fantasy
- the sense of wonder or delight
- for the usage by J.R.R. Tolkien, see "On Fairy-Stories"
- Enchantment, E. Temple Thurston 1917
- Enchantment, Monica Dickens 1989
- Enchantment, a book by Guy Kawasaki
- Enchantment (novel), by science fiction and fantasy author Orson Scott Card
- Enchantment (Channie Series), book 1 of The Channie Series
- Enchantment (band), a 1970s R&B band
- Enchantment (Enchantment album), the debut album by Detroit, Michigan-based R&B group Enchantment
- Enchantment (Charlotte Church album), the fourth music recording/album featuring Charlotte Church
- Enchantment (Chris Spheeris album)
- Enchantment, an album by the Celtic folk-rock band Uffington Horse
- "Enchantment", a song by Corinne Bailey Rae on her eponymous album.
- Enchantment (1920 film), a 1920 British silent film starring Mary Odette
- Enchantment (1921 film), a 1921 American silent film starring Marion Davies
- Enchantment (1948 film), a 1948 American film starring David Niven
- Enchantment, a spell that remains in play in the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering
- Enchantment, a spell that imparts various abilities and bonuses to an item in the MMORPG World of Warcraft, [Minecraft] and other fantasy role-playing games.
- Enchanting (programming language),educational programming language designed to program Lego Mindstorms NXT robots
- The Enchantments, an area within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness of the Cascade Range
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