verb (used with object), en·rap·tured, en·rap·tur·ing.
Origin of enrapture
Examples from the Web for enrapture
He was surrounded by all that could enchant the eye and enrapture the imagination.Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II.|Pierce Egan
There is little that does not enrapture them, if you tie them down to nothing, and let them try all.Rhoda Fleming, Complete|George Meredith
At first the work did not enrapture me, for I could not see the use of spending so much time upon breathing.Great Singers on the Art of Singing|James Francis Cooke
The sight of a modern monument throws one into melancholy even while an ancient one has not ceased to enrapture.Rodin: The Man and his Art|Judith Cladel
And yet, even in this state, they enrapture those who behold them.History Of Ancient Civilization|Charles Seignobos