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
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During the opening week of the 2017 NBA season, the internet has been enraptured by a fan who looks remarkably like Klay Thompson and was sitting behind the Golden State Warriors bench for their 122-121 loss to the Houston Rockets.
On the trudge uphill, everyone lashed by the wind and complaining of hunger, King alone seemed enraptured by the falling snow and went loping energetically up the slope, pulling the rest of the party along with his enthusiasm.
Be romanced by florals, enticed by tie dye and enraptured by optic graphics.
Again the Falcons enraptured the nation, becoming the favorite team for other franchise’s apostates and Madden video game players.
Yet despite these challenges, nuclear still provides one-fifth of all electricity in the U.S. and creates far more emission-free energy than any other technology, including the solar and wind that so enrapture environmentalists.
We're totally enraptured by the final result, which Lisa created with the Lancôme Color Design EyeShadow in All Made Up and Make Up For Ever Glitter in Blue.
That Baldwin is both enraptured and besieged by his own celebrity is what makes him fascinating and combustible; the book itself is only occasionally so.
For this reason, desire lines infuriate some landscape architects and enrapture others.
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