Definition of enrapture
enrapturingplay \in-ˈrap-chə-riŋ, -ˈrap-shriŋ, en-\
: to fill with delight
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
Though NCT 127's base is Seoul -- the 127 represents Seoul's longitudinal coordinate -- the unit has enraptured American K-pop fans without so much as a concert in the States thanks to their Western-leaning sounds.
For 30 solid minutes, Fischer held the house in the palm of her hand, enraptured by a performance that slowly transformed from sumptuous and lyrical to passionate and ultimately ferocious.
But in terms of a single day that tends to enrapture football fans, Day 1 of the NFL draft is right up there.
There's a hypnotic grandeur to this remake's dystopian nightmare—sleek, chilly, eerily beautiful—that's always enrapturing to the eye.
For this reason, desire lines infuriate some landscape architects and enrapture others.
What would become a familiar scene soon followed: Kids sitting cross-legged in front of a TV, clutching controllers, enraptured by the game on the screen.
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Definition of enrapture for English Language Learners
: to fill (someone) with delight
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