Powell, who had sailed out of London all his young sea-man's life, told me that it was then, in a moment of entranced
vision an hour or so after sunrise, that the river was revealed to him for all time, like a fair face often seen before, which is suddenly perceived to be the expression of an inner and unsuspected beauty, of that something unique and only its own which rouses a passion of wonder and fidelity and an unappeasable memory of its charm.
And then the fare leaned back, entranced
, and breathed deep the clean, wholesome odours of grass and leaf and bloom.
I gazed entranced
, till the boat ran into the wind and the flapping sail warned me I was not attending to my duties.
These visions faded when I perused, for the first time, those poets whose effusions entranced
my soul and lifted it to heaven.
The romance and the peril of the whole proceeding held me spellbound and entranced
he queried, with grave irony, keeping his back to the room, as if entranced
by the contemplation of the town's colossal forms half lost in the night.
How now, friend," continued the trapper, addressing the still motionless and entranced
naturalist; "how now, friend; are you, who make your livelihood by booking the names and natur's of the beasts of the fields and the fowls of the air, frightened at a herd of scampering buffaloes?
And I sat weary beyond expression, exulting like a conqueror, sleepless and entranced
as if before a pro- found, a fateful enigma.
Clr Christine Stansfield is not entranced
by the new main way in to Huddersfield Town Hall in Corporation Street (AC040408Bhall-2)