My teachers are divinities whose oracles, more precious than wisdom, can lead the senses captive and enchain the will.
Utter weakness gripped his body; but more than this seemed to enchain him.
Do you suppose I could ever love a man who had the paltry, ungenerous instinct to enchain me?
There still are comforts and pleasures in God's world, but they do not enchain.
Apt phrases and beautiful figures of speech seize the imagination and enchain the fancy.
Her life should be one long vigilant device to enchain his being.
But there was no particular woman to enchain my fancy and I did not have time or money or inclination to hunt for one.
He knew himself to be grave and quiet; there was nothing about him to enchain her to him.
She is young, and has still many years to live; I have no right to enchain her existence with that of a man she does not love.
A sensation of absolute rest and total indifference seemed to enchain all his faculties.