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- n. The act of enthralling or the state of being enthralled
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- n. The act of enthralling, or state of being enthralled. See inthrallment.
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- n. a feeling of great liking for something wonderful and unusual
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Video games engage children with continuous action, a concept known as "enthrallment," that raises the threshold for engagement, Freedman said.
Obviously, it is an ur-text of the American enthrallment with Paris.
For a man planning annihilation and world-wide domination, traffic safety would seem an odd preoccupation, but such was the Führer's enthrallment with all things automotive and his dedication to motorizing a German public poised at the starting line of the Thousand Year Reich.
And yet the adoration and enthrallment of Obama, at least so among the committed left and the marginal voter who is too easily co-opted, continues apace.
But these experiences reflect enthrallment with your own feeling of being "in love," much more than a response to the reality of the other.
And in your state of enthrallment, your heart flutters -- like a lovesick adolescent, you can't help but wonder if maybe she likes you too.
But by now whatever initial enthrallment I'd had with the idea of the BeautifulPeople brand had turned to boredom, and the repulsion set in.
And yet you believe that you could have left behind that enthrallment when you took the mortality curse away?
As night fell, the kids got into pajamas, and we put on "Happy Feet" to much enthrallment:
But the mystery of enthrallment only deepens, irradiated by London's gorgeous prose.