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enraptured
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • At the next house they visited, they were in great glory; for, there, resided the six children who were so enraptured with the public actions of the phenomenon, and who, being called down from the nursery to be treated with a private view of that young lady, proceeded to poke their fingers into her eyes, and tread upon her toes, and show her many other little attentions peculiar to their time of life.

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  • He is enraptured in her presence.
  • The music uplifted and enraptured me.

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