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Can we not interest him in our books, enthrall him in the Chronicles of Kisington, so that he will cease to make war?KISINGTON TOWNABBIE FARWELL BROWN
Kingsley's "Water Babies" and other choice writings appear in full; these enthrall the imagination and cultivate the taste.THE WORLD AND ITS PEOPLE: BOOK VIIANNA B. BADLAM
The surrounding mountains were in full panoply of their blazing October foliage, a scene to enthrall the dullest vision.WANTED: A HUSBANDSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The beach of Fales would enthrall but sterilize me—I mean the social muse would disjoint the classic nose of the other.THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES (VOLUME I)HENRY JAMES
A man that so passionately avows his repudiation of the world must have felt its attraction, its power to tempt and enthrall.HYMNS AND HYMNWRITERS OF DENMARKJENS CHRISTIAN AABERG
Women smiled upon him, ambitious spinsters ogled, and hopeful maidens set their caps to enthrall him.TOM CLARK AND HIS WIFEPASCHAL BEVERLY RANDOLPH
Upon the brow determination sits; she is ever seeking whom she may enthrall.CHARLES BAUDELAIRE, HIS LIFETHOPHILE GAUTIER
And he had scant fear, save that he might happen on men who should enthrall him.THE WOOD BEYOND THE WORLDWILLIAM MORRIS
Light is a universal medium with which to attract attention and to enthrall mankind.ARTIFICIAL LIGHTM. LUCKIESH
He has little sympathy with any of the romantic notions that enthrall a youth of twenty.DREAM LIFEDONALD G. MITCHELL

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