verb (used with object), en·thralled, en·thral·ling.
verb (used with object)
Origin of enthrall
Examples from the Web for enthralling
Anyway, USA vs. Ghana was a great game, a wonderful game, an enthralling game.
The supporting characters, meanwhile, are equally as layered and enthralling.
But this, and others, are just minor quibbles when presented with such a unique, massive, beautiful and enthralling piece of art.Is ‘Cloud Atlas’ a Masterpiece or a Disaster? Our Critics Debate|Ramin Setoodeh, Marlow Stern|October 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Lucky Break pierces the superficial surface of acting to reveal the enthralling, authentic drama at the heart of the business.
Lucky Break An enthralling look at the genuine, heartbreaking drama behind the business of acting.
Its beauty—if one looks at it closely—is purely on the surface; there are no enthralling passages.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Where else is there tragedy so human, so enthralling—grief that so wrings the spectator's heart?Phantom Fortune, A Novel|M. E. Braddon
Also I think it one of the most enthralling stories in the language.
But Lincoln intervened with a speech so enthralling that the hearers forgot the dispute and heard him out with rapture.The Lincoln Story Book|Henry L. Williams
What fiction story was there in any one of them so enthralling as the actual possibilities that lay before me?My Buried Treasure|Richard Harding Davis