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Synonyms for spellbound

Synonyms for spellbound

having your attention fixated as though by a spell

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Four Winds Harbor was beginning to be a thing of dream and glamour and enchantment--a spellbound haven where no tempest might ever ravin.
King Wallace was doing his turn and holding the audience spellbound.
Of course," he repeated, when for the third time his thought passed again round the same spellbound circle of memories and images, and pulling the revolver to the left side of his chest, and clutching it vigorously with his whole hand, as it were, squeezing it in his fist, he pulled the trigger.
The romance and the peril of the whole proceeding held me spellbound and entranced.
It was half-way through the exhibition, when you could smell the sawdust and hear the seconds shouting advice under the ropes, that Claire, who, never having seen anything in her life like this extraordinary performance, had been staring spellbound, awoke to the realization that Dudley Pickering was proposing to her.
Terrified to be left there by himself, under such desolate circumstances, and after all he had seen and heard that night, Solomon would have followed, but there had been something in Mr Haredale's manner and his look, the recollection of which held him spellbound.
From the moment the rink burst into life with regulars Mickey and Minnie the audience was spellbound.
This poster was designed by Spellbound, CrewSafe's sister company and also a division of Spellbound Development Group, Inc.
The course forms part of the Spellbound initiative, a project managed by Northumberland Arts Development in partnership with the Northumberland Libraries Service, with the aim of increasing attendance at the region's libraries.
Doctors from far and wide are spellbound by his extraordinary talent.
An online wine event with VinFormant that leaves wine lovers Spellbound.
POPULAIRE (12A) ONE OF the most influential documentaries of recent times was Spellbound (2002), which captured the unlikely excitement of the children's national Spelling Bee championship in the US.
HAVING dazzled the country with their skills, acrobats Spellbound honed their act here in the North East before taking their talent to the world stage.