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  • noun Plural form of entrancement.


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  • In them we seem to renew our youth, for their entrancements seem to carry us back to the halcyon days when we ourselves were young.

    To Mars via The Moon An Astronomical Story

  • A long time afterwards, when, recovered from all that, Augustin speaks to us of the Divine love, he will know fully the infinite value of it from having gone through all the painful entrancements of the other.

    Saint Augustin

  • "But I am punished rightly for yielding unto carnal temptation, put before me in the form of the maiden who came hither unto me with delusive entrancements --"


  • He could not give credit for ability to a man who was so calm and elegant and placid amidst all the entrancements of his profession.

    Art in England Notes and Studies


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