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Past tense of spellbind.
Entranced by or as if by a spell; fascinated.
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having one's attention held as though one is bound by a spell: a spellbound audience.
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held by or as if by a spell; enchanted: a spellbound audience.
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|Adj.||1.||spellbound - having your attention fixated as though by a spell|
enchanted - influenced as by charms or incantations
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adjective entranced, gripped, fascinated, transported, charmed, hooked, possessed, bemused, captivated, enthralled, bewitched, transfixed, rapt, mesmerized, under a spell He was in awe of her; she held him spellbound.
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spellbound[ˈspɛlbaʊnd] adj → captivé(e)
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spellbound[ˈspɛlˌbaʊnd] adj → incantato/a, affascinato/a
to hold sb spellbound → affascinare qn
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