• Definition for "enthrall"
    • to carry spellbound; captivate: The secret program enthralled…
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enthrall definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to carry spellbound; captivate: The secret program enthralled the viewers.
    • To enslave.
    • to put up in thrall; to enslave. See inthrall.
    • to put on spellbound; captivate: The secret tv show enthralled the audience.
    • To enslave.
    • to keep in thrall; to enslave. See inthrall.
    • to carry spellbound; captivate: The miracle program enthralled the viewers.
    • To enslave.
    • to carry in thrall; to enslave. See inthrall.
  • verb:
    • To hold spellbound; to bewitch, appeal or captivate.
    • to produce subservient; to enslave or subjugate.
    • hold spellbound
    • to carry spellbound; to bewitch, charm or captivate.
    • to create subservient; to enslave or subjugate.
    • hold spellbound
    • to carry spellbound; to bewitch, allure or captivate.
    • to create subservient; to enslave or subjugate.
    • hold spellbound
  • others:
    • To reduce to your problem of or hold as a thrall or captive; enslave or hold in bondage or subjection; subjugate.
    • ergo to lessen to or hold in psychological subjection of any kind; subjugate, captivate, or charm: since, to enthrall the view or even the senses.
    • To reduce towards the problem of or hold as a thrall or captive; enslave or hold in bondage or subjection; subjugate.
    • thus to cut back to or hold in emotional subjection of any kind; subjugate, captivate, or charm: since, to enthrall the wisdom and/or senses.
    • to cut back into the problem of or hold as a thrall or captive; enslave or hold in bondage or subjection; subjugate.
    • Hence to cut back to or hold in emotional subjection of any kind; subjugate, captivate, or charm: because, to enthrall the judgment and/or sensory faculties.
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