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He had been interested by the play when he read it, but now he was enthralled by it.

And is not this the state in which the soul is most enthralled by the body?

But that she should be enthralled and Jack free was not to be borne!

Silvey beamed, enthralled as usual by John's fertile imagination.

There had been only two hops, and I was so enthralled already.

"The soldier was getting his meal," whispered Denny, enthralled.

Paul met the glance of the golden, prominent eyes, and it held him enthralled.

On thy head lies the burden of the woe of Khem, this day enthralled of Rome.

In a few minutes the Queen and all her courtiers were enthralled by the music.

It was the wording of the phrase rather than the handwriting that enthralled her.

WORD ORIGIN

also enthral "to hold in mental or moral bondage," 1570s, from en- (1) "make, put in" + thrall. Literal sense is from 1610s. Related: Enthralled; enthralling.

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