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enthrall
used in Interview with the Vampire

4 uses
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Definition
hold spellbound (capture full attention)
  • I was so enthralled with the buttons on Lestat's black coat that I looked at nothing else for a long time.
    Part 1 (12% in)
  • I was watching the scene through the open door, enthralled with the colors of the counterpane and the positive riot of color in the old man's face.
    Part 1 (13% in)
  • I did not need the luxury anymore than I had needed it before, but I found myself enthralled with the new flood of art and craft and design, could stare at the intricate pattern of the carpets for hours, or watch the gleam of the lamplight change the somber colors of a Dutch painting.
    Part 1 (62% in)
  • They were all about her now, as she was passed from one to another and to another, before the enthralled crowd, her head thrown forward over the shoulder of a vampire man, the nape of her neck as enticing as the small buttocks or the flawless skin of her long thighs, the tender creases behind her limply bent knees.
    Part 3 (19% in)

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