enraptured[ en-rap-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF enraptured
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENRAPTURED
Duthil complimented her, and kissed her hand with an enraptured air.
It is really so, sir;—he was enraptured with her idea just now.
Gagniere did not hear, but continued talking, enraptured, as it were.
That which enraptured Coqueville was that the casks did not cease.
He was enraptured with this, his first visit to the Continent.
The listener feels as if he were a performer; the performer is an enraptured listener.
He was enraptured by the glitter of the gold, and the workmanship of the cup.
It was a sight of Moses and Elias that enraptured their soul.
"Thank you, thank you, dear Pilade," cried the enraptured Silvestro.
He gazed at the photograph above his bench like one enraptured.