enrapture


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to move or excite greatly

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That might be the next step for the same owners' three-year-old filly Enrapture, who defied a 363-day absence to land the seven-furlong maiden under Fallon.
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Embers Of The Dead is filled with enveloping plot changes involving murder, Nazi death camp rememberance, drugs, illegal imigration and prostitution, sure to enrapture the reader and very highly recommended to the realistic-fiction, mystery-thriller and general readers for its more than consuming plot.
Even the theatricality of the show does not inspire empathy; it does not enrapture, or involve the audience fully.
Thirty-five is the number of exotic herbs abd spices she put into her bath of asses' milk, specially blended to sexually enrapture any man.
Although one's mind seems to possess its words by thinking them, those same words can also occupy and overwhelm and enrapture one's being, just like waves of wondrous sensation.
As she gets ready to celebrate her birthday - the official DOB is March 9, 1959 - her style continues to enrapture young girls and collectors alike.
They are equally impressive - a richly modulated but sparse sound, an attractive melody etched by keyboard ace Jason Rebello, and a voice that enraptures, rising and shimmering.