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Synonyms for spellbinding

attracting and holding interest as if by a spell

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While Canales only shot at ISO 400,000, the spellbinding visuals actually show the beauty that is held within absolute darkness of stargazing nights.
Many are spellbinding performances that have nothing to do with western expectations of pornography, and Lim (theater and performance studies, Brown U.
ADDICTIVE Z Dust is a mix of combat, exploration and imagination, made with spellbinding artistry
Uthoff says her humanity and passion onstage were spellbinding.
Even if you know little about Neruda or classical music, this poignant album is spellbinding.
For me sitting on a couch for an hour or two watching a Hitchcock thriller--and I have seen far too many--is spellbinding with every meaning of the word.
While familiarity with INKHEART is recommended, it's not necessary to appreciate its sequel INKSPELL which is spellbinding on its own.
He educates the reader about the sport of bullfighting in Spain, along with treasures of historical information, while weaving a spellbinding romantic story.
The film also features an exceptional soundtrack of bluegrass mountain music and some spellbinding Sacred Harp communal hymn singing.
8 The Way the Crow Flies AnnMarie MacDonald (HarperCollins)A spellbinding sophomore outing from the multitalented gay Canadienne.
She is spellbinding and inspirational, with a voice that would crack ice.
This is Tyree's tenth novel and one of his most absorbing and spellbinding.
The company has developed a number of spellbinding schemes available at selected developments across the region throughout the Halloween period, including its popular Finishing Touches, free carpets and curtains, a Laura Ashley design service and five per cent deposit or legal fees paid.