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Use "entrancing" in a sentence
"I recall the entrancing picture to-day, in all its splendid detail, so vividly was it photographed upon my brain."
"Michael Billington wouldn't go as far as "entrancing", but he preferred As You Like It, too."
"She lay back in the chair, a graceful figure in pale green, stretched her pretty ankles to the glow, and sought to escape certain gnawing thoughts in the pages of a novel which had won from the reviewers such adjectives as "entrancing," "compelling,""