Definition of enthral:
dishonour, bewitch, channelize, enamor, charm, delight, transmit, beguile, enthrall, witch, dishonor, ravish, enchant, trance, glamour, captivate, rape, enrapture, transport, assault, carry, hex, enamour, ship, revel, enjoy, fascinate, capture, outrage, channel, catch, jinx, violate, transfer, please, becharm, entrance, send, channelise.
At first this dealing blows at one another with blunt weapons offered her little amusement; but when shouts from the tent and the stands cheered the men from the Mark, and powerful blows incensed to fury those who were struck, the scene began to enthral her.- "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
The cut of that riding- coat, Mr. Lovely, will enthral the most fastidious glance, and as for your breeches, Mr. Clare, I should perhaps be considered boastful if I said that they impart a tone, sir, a very distinguished tone to the landskip.- "The Passionate Elopement", Compton Mackenzie.
- "The Purple Cloud", M.P. Shiel.