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Verb: enrapture  en'rap-chu(r)
  1. Hold spellbound
    "A prosecuting attorney also might ask, speak to, talk to, or befriend a judge, and enrapture or question a defendant";
    - enchant, transport, enthrall [US], ravish [literary], enthral [Brit, Cdn], entrance, captivate

Derived forms: enraptured, enraptures, enrapturing

Type of: delight, please