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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enthrall.

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Examples

  • It puzzles/perplexes/enthralls GeekBot why humans feel the need to prove themselves unnecessary at every possible opportunity.

    Synthetic Life is people!

  • An ethereal beauty named Fabrissa enthralls Freddie and then astonishes him when she begins to speak of his dead brother.

    Anna Mundow reviews 'The Winter Ghosts' by 'Labyrinth' author Kate Mosse

  • Through their bracing and often witty interplay -- the American has the checkbook and the weapons, plus a pop culture that enthralls and blinds; the humiliated, acerbic Brit "facilitates"; the Russian waxes Dostoevskian -- we can understand why historically Afghanistan has proved "the graveyard of empires."

    Carla Seaquist: Why Can't Art Be Instructive?

  • Written and directed by Adam Rapp, starring Zooey Deschanel, Will Ferrel, Ed Harris, and Amelia Warner, “Winter Passing” is a film whose unassertive, low key existence continually enthralls me.

    Overlooked Movie Monday: Winter Passing » Scene-Stealers

  • Through their bracing and often witty interplay -- the American has the checkbook and the weapons, plus a pop culture that enthralls and blinds; the humiliated, acerbic Brit "facilitates"; the Russian waxes Dostoevskian -- we can understand why historically Afghanistan has proved "the graveyard of empires."

    Carla Seaquist: Why Can't Art Be Instructive?

  • Through their bracing and often witty interplay -- the American has the checkbook and the weapons, plus a pop culture that enthralls and blinds; the humiliated, acerbic Brit "facilitates"; the Russian waxes Dostoevskian -- we can understand why historically Afghanistan has proved "the graveyard of empires."

    Carla Seaquist: Why Can't Art Be Instructive?

  • Through their bracing and often witty interplay -- the American has the checkbook and the weapons, plus a pop culture that enthralls and blinds; the humiliated, acerbic Brit "facilitates"; the Russian waxes Dostoevskian -- we can understand why historically Afghanistan has proved "the graveyard of empires."

    Carla Seaquist: Why Can't Art Be Instructive?

  • More and more readers will be drawn to romance fiction because it nurtures, enthralls and touches their souls.

    Interview with Sheryl Jane Stafford, by Suzanne Coleburn of the Belles and Beaux of Romance, October, 2001

  • Through their bracing and often witty interplay -- the American has the checkbook and the weapons, plus a pop culture that enthralls and blinds; the humiliated, acerbic Brit "facilitates"; the Russian waxes Dostoevskian -- we can understand why historically Afghanistan has proved "the graveyard of empires."

    Carla Seaquist: Why Can't Art Be Instructive?

  • Through their bracing and often witty interplay -- the American has the checkbook and the weapons, plus a pop culture that enthralls and blinds; the humiliated, acerbic Brit "facilitates"; the Russian waxes Dostoevskian -- we can understand why historically Afghanistan has proved "the graveyard of empires."

    Carla Seaquist: Why Can't Art Be Instructive?

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