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enrapture

verb en·rap·ture \in-ˈrap-chər, en-\

: to fill (someone) with delight

en·rap·tureden·rap·tur·ing \-ˈrap-chə-riŋ, -ˈrap-shriŋ\

Full Definition of ENRAPTURE

transitive verb
:  to fill with delight

Examples of ENRAPTURE

  1. Her melodious voice enraptured the audience.
  2. <enraptured upon learning that he would be attending college on a full sports scholarship>

First Known Use of ENRAPTURE

1740

Rhymes with ENRAPTURE

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