enthral enthral  /ɛnθ ˈrɔl/

Definition(s):

  • (v) hold spellbound

Usage(s):

  1. Now think but for a moment, what a change of condition that would be, which should save half our war expenses, require but half the taxes, and enthral us in debt but half the time .
  2. as she sets out the voters to enthral? Never mind, she is now on the campaign trail hoping that with voters she can prevail.

News

  • Latest Remote Control Cars Launched By Paramountzone.com

    Among the latest remote control cars designed to thrill and enthral is the RC Trugger Crusher Off-Road Racing Car. (PRWeb September 30, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Remote-Control/car-truggy/prweb11177321.htm
    on September 30, 2013     Source: PRWeb

Quotes

  1. Mr Blair said: "I feel very lucky to live and work here and if we can share just a fraction of the fascination of this extraordinary place, then the tour will enthral a great many people online."
    on Dec 27, 2006 By: Tony Blair Source: BBC News

  2. "He was really safe for us. He scored a try for us and I think it wouldn't be many players who could score that try," said Bellamy. "The thing I like about Billy is that he's still got the ability to enthral everybody with his pace and...
    on May 19, 2007 By: Craig Bellamy Source: SportsAustralia.com

  3. Brod described the Prague production as "my greatest artistic experience since the beginning of the war", and Jenufå as a work that could "immediately enthral and stir everyone through the boundless musical forces contained within it".
    on Mar 25, 2009 By: Max Brod Source: Times Online

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