spellbinding


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for spellbinding

Synonyms for spellbinding

attracting and holding interest as if by a spell

References in periodicals archive ?
SPELLBINDING Persimmon offers a range of attractions for buyers to choose from.
Mesmerism declined but still exerts the same spellbinding power that attracted the Shelleys, Dickens, De Quincey, Wilberforce, and other prominent figures in the nineteenth century.
Most online medical sites are about as spellbinding as a nutrition label on a package of Twinkies," says PC Magazine Online.
Rivard delves into the psyche of a man, a time, a country, and an indigenous people in a straightforward yet spellbinding narrative.
Aside from a brief foreword, there is almost no text; the spellbinding images speak for themselves (the scant text is in English, though).
But Cowell is forced to eat his words after a spellbinding opera performance with his friend Charlotte Jaconelli, 17.
Families can experience some spellbinding fun at MetroCentre when the hugely popular MetroGnomes are joined by Harry Potter character lookalikes.
Richard Griffiths is utterly spellbinding as the charismatic, yet fatally flawed mentor Hector and Frances de la Tour is formidable as Miss Lintott, a spinster trapped in a patriarchal microcosm.
The 2003 documentary ``Spellbound'' was, as its title suggests, a spellbinding depiction of several children's efforts to achieve spelling-bee glory.
Blending history with fantasy, Marillier is a masterful storyteller with a spellbinding voice that keeps readers engrossed.
MORE than 100 young Harry Potter fans enjoyed a day of spellbinding treats as a new jobsearch centre was opened in West Bromwich.
Bollow has written a spellbinding story filled with yearning desire and heart-wrenching loss.
At ease moving from claustrophobic manor life to the urban decadence of 1640s London to the feral fields of colonist settlements, McCann is a spellbinding storyteller.
The simple work is spellbinding and needs no supporting context.
This is an observation the Master Storyteller shares with Scherazade, the queen who saves her life by spinning 1001 spellbinding tales, in the recent TV adaptation of Arabian Nights, the enduring classic of world literature.