enravish

enravish

(ɪnˈrævɪʃ)
vb (tr)
to enchant
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ANEURISM, BIKEWAYS, CHAIRMEN, DYNAMIST, ENRAVISH, FRANCIUM, GERANIUM, HOMER1AN, ICKENHAM (London, England), JURYMAST, KNOWABLE, LUKEWARM, MACHINED, NUMERACY, OVERWALK, PEAKYISH, QUIREMAN, RAVENISH, SEMINARY, TYMPANIC, UNWALKED, VANISHER, WAVERING, XANTHISM (Sted.), YCHAINED, ZANYSHIP
The author follows Pi'ilani's lead in cherishing the known details of the narrative, but along the way, he lets himself become enravished by the mysterious interface between fact and legend.
It is, how can I say, like easing a foot into a new shoe, which is the nearest thing I know or can ever know of what men call holy; it is that moment when I feel myself at one with the great mystery of life, joyful and enravished. Electric.