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Utter weakness gripped his body; but more than this seemed to enchain him.

There still are comforts and pleasures in God's world, but they do not enchain.

Her life should be one long vigilant device to enchain his being.

He knew himself to be grave and quiet; there was nothing about him to enchain her to him.

A sensation of absolute rest and total indifference seemed to enchain all his faculties.

But the Eskimo was much too experienced a hunter and warrior to allow the drowsy god to enchain him long.

It is the desire of my soul that in the future you may enjoy happier days than those which now enchain you to a fatal union.'

Chemyaka, thus constrained to set the body of his captive free, wished to enchain his soul by the most solemn oaths.

But even his great achievements could not enchain the heart of the capricious empress.

Letters can enchain hearts; it was by letters that these two found themselves imperceptibly betrothed.

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