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  • noun Plural form of enthralment.


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  • Yoshino's article, from what I can tell from a skimming perusal, is yet another unfortunate effort by a scholar with no evident special literary ambitions or enthralments to appropriate the aesthetic goods of literature and subordinate them to legal or other disciplinary aims.

    Poets and empire

  • From despair it led to anguished struggle, and from struggle to defiance, to rage and denunciation -- and thence to visions and invocations, raptures and enthralments.

    Love's Pilgrimage

  • The glamours, the glints, the enthralments, the nurture of one whose feet


  • By doing and suffering, by virtue and piety and good deeds, the soul was enabled at length to free itself from the body, and ascend along the path of the Milky Way, by the gate of Capricorn and by the seven spheres, to the place whence by many gradations and successive lapses and enthralments it had descended.

    Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry

  • The benevolent prelate received her with a smiling countenance, and, after the accustomed salutation and blessing had been given, he ordered her to be seated. — “Daughter Magdalen,” said he, “I trust I am the messenger of pleasing tidings; — a certain gracious lady, amidst her own enthralments has not forgotten you. —

    Magdalen; or, the Penitent of Godstow


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