Examples of enrapture in a Sentence
Her melodious voice enraptured the audience.
enraptured upon learning that he would be attending college on a full sports scholarship
Recent Examples of enrapture from the Web
That year, the country was enraptured by a visit from President Barack Obama, the first sitting US President to visit Myanmar.
The actual men of God roamed the exhibition, happily enraptured by treasures lent from the Vatican.
The crowd was made possible by timing and motivated to take their seats by the Stanley Cup, but for two hours, they were enraptured by the Mystics’ basketball.
How often has a punter’s performance enraptured an entire arena?
In the ensuing decades, Cox grew enraptured by the niche sport of cold-water open-water swimming.
In lieu of auditorium seats, guests lounged on low couches; Gloria Steinem, Fran Lebowitz, Barry Diller, Talita von Furstenberg, and Cipriana Quann sat casually, enraptured by the inspiring individuals who took the stage.
One is an event that enraptures the nation — March Madness— while the other endures almost as an act of defiance.
But this was a traditional Indian home, and the teenage Piyush, enraptured by the New Testament, feared his parents’ disappointment at seeing him swept away by the words of Jesus.
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ENRAPTURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enrapture for English Language Learners
: to fill (someone) with delight
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