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catching and holding the full attention

Synonyms for enthralling

capturing interest as if by a spell

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Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Dec 25 ( ANI ): A heritage exhibition in Srinagar showcasing the culture of Kashmir concluded on Sunday here after enthralling locals and tourists alike.
Hayes added the extras before both sides received yellow cards before the interval with Hanson and Sproston temporarily out of the enthralling contest.
Robin has also developed as an enthralling storyteller, so a fascinating evening is in store.
Note the recruitment of other well-known musicians and the graphic arts coordination, making this release visually enthralling along with the colossal hypnotic frequency fierceness, if you're hip to the circles of the transcendental doomage of Sunn and the broadened directions Boris has offered more recently, then you'll be bowing to the Altar.
An enthralling saga of good against evil, and great deeds achieved by individuals of courageous and faithful spirit.
What makes ``The Nine'' so enthralling is also what could make it, in the long run, really frustrating.
Three of Israel's most enthralling dance troupes appear at Lincoln Center Festival this month.
Embers Of The Dead by Roy Lewis is a consistently enthralling and quite tactfully authored novel on the life and times of Eric Ward.
These latest publications are especially diverse and enthralling.
The dene "vignette" in particular manages to suffuse the mundane mechanics of contemporary video surveillance with the nostalgic glow of traditional landscape painting in a manner that is both enthralling and gently thought provoking.
Harlem Lost and Found is truly a jewel, full of history and knowledge, all enbranced and supported with enthralling photographs by Paul Richelieu.
It may be hard to take in big doses, but it's an enthralling, eye-opening collection, edited by Advocate correspondent Chris Bull, that will remind you vividly why there still should be more anger.
Reading it cover to cover is an enthralling experience.
Hart's enthralling study now claims that Hawksmoor gave permanent monumental form in many styles to the fundamental beliefs of his time: Christianity, Monarchy, Trade, Reason, Liberty, and Freemasonry, against a background of expanding scientific and geographic horizons in which attempts were made to reconcile faith with modern science.
And best of all, it's an enthralling read--not quite a page-turner but hard to put down.