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enthrall -- as in: enthralled by the story
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Moreover, other ideas, much more enthralling, occupied his mind.
  • What these happy persons took for reality was but a dream; but it was a dream so soft, so voluptuous, so enthralling, that they sold themselves body and soul to him who gave it to them, and obedient to his orders as to those of a deity, struck down the designated victim, died in torture without a murmur, believing that the death they underwent was but a quick transition to that life of delights of which the holy herb, now before you, had given them a slight foretaste.

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  • I am enthralled by her expressive voice.
  • Jane Austen’s books enthrall me.

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