Adjective "enthralling" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɪnˈθrɔːlɪŋ//ɛnˈθrɔːlɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Capturing and holding one's attention; fascinating.
  1. 'His writing is lucid and enthralling.'
  2. 'Most of us find the oceans enthralling.'
  3. 'The Last Emperor is one of the most artful and enthralling epics ever committed to film.'
  4. 'Certainly enthralling is the 14-minute, emotionally soaring offering from vocalist Khan.'
  5. 'For me it was a source of enthralling empathy.'
  6. 'The music is, as usual, extremely complex, enthralling and exhilarating.'
  7. 'The most enthralling aspect of No Direction Home was undoubtedly Dylan's willing participation.'
  8. 'Some of these notes are so enthralling that the reader can easily be sidetracked from the main text.'
  9. 'This has been quite simply enthralling television.'
  10. 'A lone tourist baked in the sun as he lost himself in what must have been an enthralling book.'

Definitions

1. enthrall.

More examples(as adjective)

"matches can be enthralling."

"experiences can be enthralling."

"encounters can be enthralling."

"competitions can be enthralling."

"viewings can be enthralling."

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Origin

(enthral)