verb (used with object), en·thralled, en·thral·ling.
Examples from the Web for enthral
London women are very hard to beat in the little things which captivate and enthral.John Brown|Captain R. W. Campbell
They appeal to a greater number and a more varied class of readers, but they do not enthral them.
It is quite impossible to treat these men with the cast-iron regulations which enthral the Imperial soldier.The Siege of Mafeking (1900)|J. Angus Hamilton.
And the supple woman with the dark eyes would have been just the creature to enthral him.For the Term of His Natural Life|Marcus Clarke
All night long he was sending messages directing the plan of battle the news of which was to enthral the civilized world.Drake, Nelson and Napoleon|Walter Runciman