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rapt
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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Definition
deeply interested and focused (on something) — often while admiring
  • There were the guards, crowded around a radio in rapt attention, listening to a small, halting Japanese voice. Something of great importance was being said.
    p. 303.8
rapt = deeply interested
  • Harris cracked it open and was immediately rapt.
    p. 225.0
  • rapt = deeply fascinated
  • When he wasn't with his campers, Louie was happily walking the world, telling his story to rapt audiences in everything from grade school classrooms to stadiums.
    p. 382.8
rapt = deeply fascinated
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