enthralment

  • 1enthralment — enthral (US enthrall) ► VERB (enthralled, enthralling) 1) fascinate (someone) and hold their attention. 2) (also inthrall) archaic enslave. DERIVATIVES enthralment (US enthrallment) noun …

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  • 2enthralment — n. charm, enchantment; slavery, captivity …

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  • 3enthralment — n. [Written also Inthralment.] Enslavement, servitude, slavery, bondage, vassalage, serfdom, thraldom, captivity …

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  • 4enthralment — en·thral·ment …

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  • 5enthralment — noun see enthrallment …

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  • 6enthral — enthralment, n. /en thrawl /, v.t., enthralled, enthralling. enthrall. * * * …

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  • 9subjection — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Position under the power of another Nouns 1. subjection; dependence, dependency; subordination; thrall, thraldom, enthralment, subjugation, oppression, bondage, serfdom; feudalism, vassalage, villeinage; …

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  • 10enthral — [ɪn θrɔ:l, ɛn ] (US enthrall) verb (enthrals, enthralling, enthralled) 1》 capture the fascinated attention of. 2》 (also inthrall) archaic enslave. Derivatives …

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  • 11captivity — n. 1. Imprisonment, confinement, duress, durance. 2. Bondage, thraldom, enthralment, servitude, subjection, slavery, vassalage …

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  • 12inthralment — n. [Written also Enthralment.] Enslavement, servitude, slavery, bondage, vassalage, serfdom, thraldom, captivity …

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  • 13serfdom — n. Enslavement, slavery, servitude, bondage, thraldom, enthralment, subjection, serfage …

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  • 14servitude — n. Slavery, bondage, thraldom, enthralment, enslavement, serfdom, service …

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  • 15slavery — n. 1. Bondage, servitude, thraldom, enthralment, enslavement, captivity, bond service, vassalage. 2. Drudgery, mean labor …

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  • 16thraldom — n. Slavery, servitude, subjection, bondage, vassalage, serfdom, enslavement, enthralment, thrall …

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  • 17absorption — noun 1) the absorption of water Syn: soaking up, sucking up 2) her total absorption in the music Syn: involvement, immersion, raptness, preoccupation, captivation, fascination, enthralment …

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  • 18enthral — /ɛnˈθrɔl / (say en thrawl), /ən / (say uhn ) verb (t) (enthralled, enthralling) 1. to captivate; charm. 2. to put or hold in thraldom; subjugate. Also, Chiefly US, enthrall. {en 1 + thral(l)} –enthraller, noun –enthralment; US, enthrallment …

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  • 19enthral — is spelt with one l and is inflected with two ls in enthralled, enthralling, but there is only one l in enthralment. In AmE, there are two ls in all these forms, including enthrall itself; and there is a variant inthrall …

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  • 20-l- — ll Much confusion is caused by differing spelling practice in BrE and AmE in verbs of two syllables pronounced with the stress on the second syllable, e.g. enthrall/enthral and fulfil/fulfill. Practice varies even within each variety of English; …

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