Word – Enthral
Enthral – Word of the Day
(verb): capture the fascinated attention of.
It originated in late Middle English from the word entrallen, which means to enslave. It prefixes from en or in + thrall.
Verb Usage – Enthral:
- I was completely enthralled to see such a huge crowd in the stadium.
- Jim is enthralled after watching the movie Titanic.
- My mother will be so enthralled to know about my outstanding performance in college.
- Jaya wants to enthral the audience with her performance.
- I hope my presentation will enthral my boss. I have worked really hard for it.
Adjective Usage – Enthralling:
- It was such an enthralling performance of Meera that I would like to watch it again.
- She found my script enthralling. I am planning to publish it soon.
- The idea of getting selected as a lead artist in the movie is so enthralling.
- This is such an enthralling piece of advice.
- The idea of going on an adventurous journey is so enthralling.
Noun Usage – Enthrallment:
- My enthrallment with reading began when I was ten.
- Rashmi loves to sing, much to the enthrallment of those who get to hear it.
- Garima went to see the horror movie when she heard about the movie’s magical enthrallment.
- Jim was standing in the cold witnessing his first snowfall covered deep in the scarf of enthrallment his mother had made.
- His enthrallment was so prominent on his face.