enthrall enthrall

Definition(s):

  • (v) hold spellbound

Usage(s):

  1. Fun to read and look at, Castle Waiting will enthrall fantasy readers of both genders.
  2. He makes art films that entertain and enthrall.
  3. The movies that enthrall, enrage and obsess a billion Indians, on the subcontinent and around the world.

News

  1. Peanuts comics exhibit coming to Lakeshore Museum Center with environmental lessons

    The Peanuts ... Naturally museum exhibit is set to entertain all ages with witty comic strips and a core lesson of caring for the environment as bright colors and hands-on activities are designed to entice and enthrall visitors to the Lakeshore Museum Center.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Muskegon Chronicle

  2. 'Love, Marilyn': Monroe the original myth maker

    Half a century has passed since her tragic death in 1962 at 36, yet Marilyn Monroe continues to enthrall. But why?
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

Quotes

  1. While launching SBK Pictures, Kingsley said, "I created SBK Pictures with the simplest of mandates: to work with people I admire, to make life-affirming films in a style appropriate to the story, and to enthrall the audience."
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Ben Kingsley Source: South Asian Women's Forum

  2. "There aren't many renaissance men in any age, but Gil was one of them," Olbermann said in an e-mail to the Times on Sunday. "He used to enthrall me. Stories of sports in LA in the 1950s. Working with Brando. Umpiring. Bill Stout stories....
    on Oct 13, 2008 By: Keith Olbermann Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. About the decision to revive the series, Revolution's Managing Director Charles Cecil said, "We were delighted to relent and are very pleased to be working with THQ again to enthrall fans and carry on innovating in the adventure genre."
    on Aug 17, 2005 By: Charles Cecil Source: Adventure Gamers

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