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Verb: enthral (enthralled,enthralling)  in'throl or en'throl
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: enthrall)
  1. Hold spellbound
    "They underestimate the power of painting has to sweetly enthral and captivate the hearts of men"; "An eloquent deaf preacher or speaker can enthral and impress his fellow deaf-mutes quite as much as an eloquent preacher or speaker";
    - enchant, enrapture, transport, enthrall [US], ravish [literary], entrance, captivate

Derived forms: enthrals

Type of: delight, please