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- n. The act of entrancing or the state of being entranced
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of entrancing, or the state of trance or ecstasy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of entrancing, or the state of being entranced; trance; ecstasy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a feeling of delight at being filled with wonder and enchantment
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Sapphire sat entranced through all of it, though Rune suspected that half of her "entrancement" was another skill she had acquired; the ability to listen and appear fascinated by practically anything.
After his hellish entrancement, Declan held a singular hatred for witches.
Had the dream been an entrancement, or something new?
For whatever reason, be it entrancement or not, the strain had all but disappeared.
Kabir is that rare thing: a skeptical, disillusioned poet who nevertheless speaks in a voice of rapture and entrancement.
There is more emotion, compelling storytelling and entrancement in a single flutter of foliage or the touch of a hand to a cheek in Reiniger's film than in the entirety of one of Ms. Walker's convoluted rape scenes.
Already, the field had turned away from its fiery adolescence, its entrancement with universal solutions and radical cures, and was grappling with fundamental questions about cancer.
If this interferes with Mr. Leader's entrancement with Teh Romance And Tragedy of mental illness, well, I invite him to enjoy his Romance And Tragedy.
Wordsworth's meter here does not, as in "The Solitary Reaper," reproduce a sense of his lyric speaker's entrancement; rather, it exhibits its own theatrical power to whisk us past the scene it describes.
These elements fascinated, yet by themselves were not enough to explain my entrancement.