Definition of enthrallment:
pleasure (part of speech: noun)
She looked upon the gorgeous pomp of papal worship, with its gormandizing pastors and its starving flocks, with its pageants to excite the sense and to paralyze the mind, with its friars and monks loitering in sloth and uselessness, and often in the grossest dissipation, and her reason gradually began to condemn it as a gigantic superstition for the enthrallment of mankind.- "Madame Roland, Makers of History", John S. C. Abbott.
It must be admitted that the girl, who was already " prinked up" for the enthrallment of the youth of Big Flume City, did not appear as delighted with the change of plan as a more exacting lover would have liked.- "Openings in the Old Trail", Bret Harte.
- "Cruel As The Grave", Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth.