- rapt; transported; enraptured: a violinist's enrapt audience.
Origin of enrapt
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Examples from the Web for enrapt
She was so enrapt by him now in this first burst of affection that she could see nothing but him.The "Genius"
She gazed steadily upward, enrapt, her eyes resplendent with their own starlight.The Two Vanrevels
When the clear old voice quavered into silence there was not a dry eye left among the enrapt listeners.The Brass Bound Box
To Mossgiel, where Burns reached the top and summit of his art and wrote like one enrapt, inspired.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 3 (of 12)
Robert G. Ingersoll
They listened with the most enrapt attention, while for four hours I talked to them of some of the truths of this glorious verse.By Canoe and Dog-Train
Egerton Ryerson Young
Word Origin and History for enrapt
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