Definition of spellbind in English:
verb (past and past participle spellbound)[with object]
Hold the complete attention of (someone) as though by magic; fascinate: the singer held the audience spellbound
More example sentences
- The three other girls and her mother were spellbound by her story, and they leaned forward with interest.
- Then we struck a zone so calm we were spellbound to silence.
- Magic is not too strong a word, the audience was spellbound.
fascinating, enthralling, entrancing, bewitching, captivating, intriguing, riveting, transfixing, engrossing, gripping, very interesting, very exciting, thrilling, absorbing, compelling, compulsive, mesmerizing, mesmeric, hypnotic, magical
enthralled, fascinated, rapt, riveted, transfixed, gripped, entranced, captivated, bewitched, under someone's spell, enraptured, enchanted, mesmerized, hypnotized
- Example sentences
- Seductive, alluring Pisceans are the zodiac's enchanting spellbinders.
- To be successful, an architect must be a spellbinder.
- I'll agree that not all of them are especially riveting today, but some are still spellbinders.
Definition of spellbind in:
- US English dictionary
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