verb (used with object), en·thralled, en·thral·ling.
verb (used with object)
Origin of enthrall
Examples from the Web for enthralled
While there, Hockney became not only enthralled by Chinese drawing materials but also techniques.
He continues to be enthralled not so much by Earhart as by the process of determining what exactly befell her and her aircraft.
I read Rabbit, Run at 23 years old, and I remain as enthralled now with the book as I was then.Five Great Literary Homes, From Pemberley to Ruth’s||March 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 2009 he was so enthralled with his ability to see the reasonableness in conservatives that he ended up patronizing them.Obama Has Learned His Lesson About Compromise With Republicans|Peter Beinart|December 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The debt-ceiling showdown, which threatened to send the country into default, kept us enthralled.
But it becomes, too, sadly brief, and Home Sweet Home falls all too soon upon the enthralled ear.Queed|Henry Sydnor Harrison
However, she was enthralled by Tess's comparison, though incomplete.Missy|Dana Gatlin
Skip was wretched, and Kedzie was enthralled by her own success.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
I was haunted by the dim shape of the coming hour when I should hate the woman that enthralled me, more than ever I had loved her.The Flight of the Shadow|George MacDonald
He was enthralled by the activity in the blockhouse, and, careful to keep out of the way, he walked from station to station.The Scarlet Lake Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin