enrapt concertgoers just sat there in motionless silence as the pianist flawlessly executed the piece
Recent Examples on the WebIn the 1970s, anti-Japanese sentiments faded as Americans became enrapt with health foods.
Heather Arndt Anderson, Slate Magazine, 18 Sep. 2017
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