enthralling

[ UK /ɛnθɹˈɔːlɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capturing interest as if by a spell
    enchanting music
    antique papers of entrancing design
    bewitching smile
    a fascinating woman
    an enthralling book
    Roosevelt was a captivating speaker
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How To Use enthralling In A Sentence

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  • Providing the Games continue free of security problems, the next fortnight promises to be enthralling.
  • I found your book absolutely enthralling!
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  • His erudite book also casts in relief the less enthralling aspects of the contemporary Games. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Whatever the shortcomings of the staging, this was an enthralling occasion, received with a thunderous ovation.
  • As it happened, the quality was below expectations but the tussle was hard, and it was enthralling. Times, Sunday Times
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