enrapt

en·rapt

 (ĕn-răpt′)
adj.
Filled with delight; enraptured.

enrapt

(ɪnˈræpt)
adj
showing delight

en•rapt

(ɛnˈræpt)

adj.
rapt; enraptured.
[1600–10]
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"The children really enjoyed it, they sat enrapt," she said.
Emre is enrapt with the story playing over the black of his mind.
Even as darkness fell on Malandog River, the young musicians (the youngest only 12 years old) went on to play to an enrapt audience from OKM (Original Kinaray-a Music) to Hungarian from a Viennese waltz to a kundiman from a French Christmas song to a Ryan Cayabyab to a Rey Valera to a Beatles medley.
Kallenbach will also present 6 month follow-up results from the ENRAPT MR Trial for Epicardial Annuloplasty Repair on Saturday the 20th of October.
Dance and oral tradition transpire on stage, woven into the modern setting, and they combine to enrapt the audience into listening and imagining the tales of wonder that are being played out before them.
And there's my little Harry before his enrapt audience.
The danger of engaging in this kind of work later in life, Coleman implies, is that "when explosions erupt into word" and "the ears turn inward, enrapt I by I the horn of one's tonality," it is also possible that "the beat threatens coronary" (World 1).
Rush's character teaches the girl how to read and she becomes enrapt, stealing books so she can continue reading to the others in the household.
Whenever Taborn sustained what seemed like endless repetitive phrases, the strength, textures, and colors of sound the others layered on top of them kept me engrossed and enrapt.
Often touted as the iPhone killer, Samsung's Galaxy S3 has already had tech enthusiasts enrapt with its futuristic and state of the art features that might not possibly require any further enhancements.
Those given to contemplating the rise and fall of empires might have elicited a moral from the sight of erstwhile colonialism enrapt with wan lust for once subject races which, in explicit effect, were telling it to piss off.
An enrapt audience stirred only to applaud and ask for more.