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- adj. exciting
- v. Present participle of enthrall.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. capturing interest as if by a spell.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capturing interest as if by a spell
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Tonight everything feels as though it is a part of a harp song, every thread humming in enthralling harmony with the others.
The original reviews of the book were rather less than enthusiastic: although the subject matter was described as enthralling, Masters's accounts were described as pedestrian and disjointed.
The first installment, "The Passage," a 766-page behemoth that Stephen King called "enthralling," comes out in June; Ballantine is printing 250,000 copies.
He admits the book is "enthralling" but faults the Prussian nobility for the German loss of the region and the war.
While our Rex Reed called the film "enthralling," other critics haven't been so kind; The Lovely Bones has Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes comparable to Armored.
Critics have so far delivered mixed reviews, ranging from 'enthralling' to 'flawed' and
L.ving With a Tiger L. P is taut, bluesy, tuneful and overflowing with the kind of enthralling riffing that you would rather expect from a White Stripes album.
I find it discouraging, to say the least, when a participant in one of my "enthralling" workshops starts texting or banging out something on the keyboard instead of hanging on each brilliant nugget of wisdom emanating from the front of the room.
"enthralling" but faults the Prussian nobility for the German loss of the region and the war.
Join me here on this enthralling journey of knowing Standtall - The Activist - RITA