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Synonyms for enraptured

Synonyms for enraptured

feeling great rapture or delight

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A veteran of the poetry slam circuit, his presentation is both controlled and electric, resting on the strength of his voice and the power of his writing to keep an audience enraptured.
They all made an appearance to magically recreate the world renowned ballet Swan Lake which has enraptured audiences across the globe for more than 125 years.
What have enraptured Pietsch (aquatic and fishery sciences, U.
Debuting helmer Jeroen van Velzen, a Dutchman partly raised among the islands of Kenya, returns to rediscover the special atmosphere that so enraptured him as a child: he succeeds beautifully, thanes to an elderly fisherman and tale-spinners who bring alive a region where discussing spirits is as natural as speaking of one's neighbors.
A 5-track EP - see it as an early Christmas present - as Frank kicks off with his popular live anthem I Still Believe, a call to arms for those enraptured by the simplicity and power of "guitar, drums and desperate poetry.
We are enraptured seeing that the convoy, carrying aid from 30 countries, arrived in Lattakia and it is heading today to Gaza,'' Galloway said, adding the next step would be an attempt to break the siege by delivering aid by air.
Nao's delicate interpretation of Juliet enraptured the Hippodrome audience.
Jasraj, a one- year- old male lion, was in the middle of a royal nap in his enclosure at the Zurich Zoo -- oblivious to the fact that an enraptured audience was watching and documenting his every move.
He was jumpings oflawlessly, gliding with such little difficulty over the fences, that one enraptured admirer exclaimed he was flying like Pegasus.
Year six teacher Suzanne Mayne, who organised the visit, said: "From reception through to year six (nine and ten-year-olds) the girls and boys were enraptured.
Lily becomes enraptured by Hazel's exotic world, leaving behind the friends she has known for years, going against the wishes of her white-bread parents, and even thinks about abandoning Vaughn for another school.
During the last few decades of Dorothy's time in Brazil, she became enraptured by the presence of God in all of creation, especially as manifested in the Amazon forest--"these noble trees.
The evening is a blur of wealth and well-dressed-ness, with the city's elite enraptured by the bevy of beauties showing off their, ahem, wares.
That's one reason gay audiences have been enraptured with "Little" Edie and her mother, Edith Bouvier Beale, since the women were profiled in the 1975 documentary Grey Gardens.
Kornhaber mentions meeting more than one "professional storyteller--actor-authors who make their living telling tall tales before enraptured audiences.