verb (used with object)
to captivate or charm:
a performer whose grace, skill, and virtuosity enthrall her audiences.
to put or hold in slavery; subjugate:
to be enthralled by illusions and superstitions.
also enthral “to hold in mental or moral bondage,” 1570s, from en- (1) “make, put in” + thrall. Literal sense is from 1610s. Related: Enthralled; enthralling.
[en-thrawl] /ɛnˈθrɔl/ verb (used with object), enthralled, enthralling. 1. . /ɪnˈθrɔːl/ verb (transitive) -thrals (US) -thralls, -thralling, -thralled 1. to hold spellbound; enchant; captivate 2. (obsolete) to hold as thrall; enslave
[en-throhn] /ɛnˈθroʊn/ verb (used with object), enthroned, enthroning. 1. to place on or as on a . 2. to invest with sovereign or episcopal authority. 3. to exalt. /ɛnˈθrəʊn/ verb 1. to place on a throne 2. to honour or exalt 3. to assign authority to v. c.1600, from en- (1) + throne. Replacing enthronize […]
enterocele en·ter·o·cele (ěn’tə-rō-sēl’) n.
Enterobius En·ter·o·bi·us (ěn’tə-rō’bē-əs) n. A genus of nematode worms including the common pinworm.