en⋅chant [en-chant, -chahnt]
1. to subject to magical influence.
2. to delight to a high degree.
3. to impart a magic quality or effect to.
Let us not forget the enchanting, nor the vast possibility for these things to perpetuate the day to day – in every detail and each whole.
Frank Capra’s You Can’t Take It With You, 1938.
(magic begins at :57)