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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enthrall.
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- adj. held in slavery.
- adj. filled with wonder and delight.
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- adj. filled with wonder and delight
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Yet Tea Party acolytes remain enthralled by those who are selling them a bill of goods to build their own ratings, their electoral prospects or their speaker fees -- with little regard for whether they are leading America further down a path of cynicism, and contributing to the further dysfunction of a political system that seems incapable of addressing the real and deepening problems that we face.
A novel that will hold the reader enthralled from the first to the last sentence.
Even his haughty, sullen expression enthralled her.
I spent most of my career in Arizona dealing with a legislature out there which has not incorrectly been characterized as enthralled with special interests.
London, a marvellous fairyland to her; tell her of "rags" in which he had played the leading part; of things he had done when he was in Rio for three months -- Rio! the very name enthralled her!
DuBois, who had become an associate pastor at a small evangelical church while still an undergrad at Boston University, says he was "enthralled" by Obama's references to faith.
It is equally impossible to imagine any one being "enthralled" by _Euphues_.
No. 46, says he's not "enthralled" with business on the Internet.
Hibbert remembers being "enthralled" at the prestige, pageantry and professionalism on display.
Hauck said he was "enthralled" with the company's capabilities.