Inchant

In`chant´


v. t.1.See Enchant.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Similarly, when he is debating whether to stay with Eumorphe or to go out and conquer, he tries to shame himself by saying that 'The Christians now will scoffe at Mahomet; / Perchance they sent this wretch thus to inchant me!' (2.3.50-1).
[A4.sup.V]); and his plain style does not include such figurative use of magical references as Athelstan's enjoinder to Agrippina to use the 'soueraigne Magicke' of her eye on Andolosia, in order to 'inchant his lookes to keepe the circles | Of thy faire cheekes' (Dekker, ll.