enthrall

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I am afraid I may frighten the company, frighten or enthrall them.

Upon the brow determination sits; she is ever seeking whom she may enthrall.

And he had scant fear, save that he might happen on men who should enthrall him.

Are the powers of light sufficiently great to enthrall mankind without the aid of form, music, action, or spoken words?

The younger sister, Henrietta Mendelssohn, was not handsome enough to enthrall the libertines of the salon.

Life ran very smoothly and courteously; and while she did not try to regain the affection, she strove to enthrall his intellect.

The idleness of the imbecile is always imbecilic, but the dreams of a poet have spells that enthrall.

The noble river with its superb amphitheater of mountains no longer had power to enthrall their senses.

The twins listened eagerly, for the slightest word about school never failed to enthrall them.

Probably these gorgeous visions were bodied forth so as to inspirit the soldiery and enthrall the imagination of France.

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