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to move or excite greatly

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Visuals that sometimes overpowered the delicate text and occasionally seemed at odds with the glittery, enrapturing music, but that nonetheless were strikingly provocative.
The rest of Gaarder's book, ranging from the ancient Greeks through to the 20th century, is a smooth and enrapturing read--because Gaarder has already lured the students into a philosophical quest.
Some other, more conventionally accessible forms of escapism can include cruises, golf, enrapturing card games such as poker and bridge, frequenting casinos, and rock music, including attending rock concerts.
But Boulez is not without his charms, and there is something to be said for building up steadily and patiently to what finally emerges as an enrapturing climax.
Charmingly illustrated by Swiss artist Christoph Heuer in a cartoon-like manner, Lola And Fred is an enrapturing, wordless picturebook story of Lola the Tortoise and Fred the Frog.
Enrapturing the minds of its young readers, Little Library Mouse combines a poetic text with full page works of art in presenting his adventurous endeavors throughout the night of the darkened library through pages and pictures of some very interesting books.