Examples of spellbind in a Sentence
the tale about pirates and their buried treasure had completely spellbound the children
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Like the solar eclipse that spellbound Americans in August last year, a lunar eclipse occurs when the moon, Earth, and sun exactly align.
An image of close but alien nature forever struggling to connect and transmogrify, its pathos is spellbinding.
The troupe that performed at Dar Ahlam's desert encampment after the helicopter flew off was all male (the guedra would have to wait till next time) but likewise spellbinding in its relentlessly rhythmic, propulsive, trance-like energy.
Always spellbinding, this Morris work is a dark, glowing, exciting plotless drama that suggests both primitive ritual and neurological urgency.
Featuring Jean-Pierre Léaudin a riveting performance that finds the actor seemingly contemplating his own death, the film is spellbinding.
The spiritual leaders were spellbinding, their warnings were often apocalyptic, and the devotion of their youthful followers was complete, even if the logic of their maximalist ideologies was flawed and inhuman.
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Origin and Etymology of spellbind
First Known Use: 1808See Words from the same year
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