spellbound

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English[edit]

A small child spellbound by a camera

Etymology[edit]

spell +‎ bound

Adjective[edit]

spellbound (comparative more spellbound, superlative most spellbound)

  1. Fascinated by something; entranced as if by a spell.
    The story left the children spellbound.

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