unenchanted

unenchanted

(ˌʌnɪnˈtʃɑːntɪd)
adj
not enchanted or impressed
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If I also would be sane -- to Sandy -- I must keep my superstitions about unenchanted and unmiraculous locomotives, balloons, and telephones, to myself.
In that 1946 essay, Lewis defines four ages: "the Unenchanted Age, the Enchanted Age, the Disenchanted Age, and the Re-enchanted Age" ("Talking" 68).
The only one quietly unenchanted is Tom, and with good reason--for he knew Alice when she was Jenny, and they were lovers.
We are only just into the period when we expect to lose meetings" Musselburgh general manager Bill Farnsworth rues the earlier-than-usual loss of meetings in Scotland and urges a rethink over an all-weather track at his course jj''I've become disillusioned with the game" Barry Dennis, unenchanted with modern bookmaking ways, announces his intention to quit the ring jj''My priority is to fight for the Tote people and their jobs.
Skit", "The Rock Bossa", "Japanese Robot", "The Unenchanted Forest--Skit".
It was not an uncommon presumption in transcendentalist circles: Distant religions cultures offered separable scriptures and "detachable ritual morsels" for the delectation of North American dabbiers wean; of their own unenchanted world.
If they had remembered Rilian's earlier drawing a blank at the name "Aslan," they might have more readily perceived that they were now hearing his authentic, unenchanted voice.