- entrance pupil,
- entrapment neuropathy,
- entre nous
Origin of entrancing
verb (used with object), en·tranced, en·tranc·ing.
Origin of entrance2
Examples from the Web for entrancing
The steady, entrancing rhythms are a well-established motif in dramatizations of the American war in Vietnam.
Its emotional core is also sure, and serious, entrancing and relatively dark.Teju Cole’s Keen Eye Spares No One—Himself Included|Benjamin Lytal|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The war is an entrancing possibility, but not yet a reality, and it remains that way throughout the novel.American Dreams: 'A Time to Be Born' by Dawn Powell|Nathaniel Rich|May 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But the red curtain was drawn aside once again, and an entrancing spectacle brought all the little folks to their feet.A Love Episode|Emile Zola
It was entrancing thus to be gliding noiselessly over a perfectly calm sea, with so many attendant elements of beauty.Under the Southern Cross|Maturin M. Ballou
Hugh never had seen her so entrancing as she was in that dim light, her face the picture of proud defiance.Nedra|George Barr McCutcheon
The latter merely expresses the rage of the momentary mushroom against the immortal, entrancing, and exquisitely lovely orchid.Miscellaneous Aphorisms; The Soul of Man|Oscar Wilde
It is a relatively long and beautiful spiral form, and now the movement in the field is entrancing.
- the power, liberty, or right of entering; admission
- (as modifier)an entrance fee