Need another word that means the same as “entrancing”? Find 5 synonyms and 30 related words for “entrancing” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Entrancing” are: bewitching, captivating, enchanting, enthralling, fascinating
Entrancing as an Adjective
Definitions of "Entrancing" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “entrancing” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Capturing interest as if by a spell.
- Capable of attracting and holding interest; charming.
Synonyms of "Entrancing" as an adjective (5 Words)
|bewitching||Enchanting or delightful.|
A bewitching debut album.
|captivating||Capturing interest as if by a spell.|
A captivating smile.
|enchanting||Capturing interest as if by a spell.|
|enthralling||Capturing interest as if by a spell.|
An enthralling book.
|fascinating||Capturing interest as if by a spell.|
A fascinating book.
Usage Examples of "Entrancing" as an adjective
- An entrancing smile.
- I find you entrancing.
- Antique papers of entrancing design.
Associations of "Entrancing" (30 Words)
|absorbing||Intensely interesting; engrossing.|
An absorbing account of their marriage.
|adorable||Inspiring great affection or delight.|
I have four adorable Siamese cats.
|aesthetically||In a tasteful way.|
His naive use of rhyme makes his poetry sound aesthetically amateurish.
|appealing||Attractive or interesting.|
Village life is somehow more appealing.
|attractive||Relating to attraction between physical objects.|
The site is close to other prestige schemes which should make it attractive to developers.
|bestseller||A book that has had a large and rapid sale.|
The bestseller list.
|charming||Possessing or using or characteristic of or appropriate to supernatural powers.|
|delightful||Greatly pleasing or entertaining.|
The comedy was delightful.
|enchanting||Delightfully charming or attractive.|
|engrossing||Capable of arousing and holding the attention.|
The most engrossing parts of the book.
Films should be entertaining.
|enthralling||Capturing and holding one’s attention; fascinating.|
An enthralling book.
|enticing||Attractive or tempting; alluring.|
Difficult to say no to an enticing advertisement.
|exciting||Stimulating interest and discussion.|
An exciting account of her trip.
|fascinated||Having your attention fixated as though by a spell.|
A crowd of fascinated onlookers.
A fascinating story.
|fascination||The state of being fascinated.|
He held the children spellbound with magic tricks and other fascinations.
|interesting||Arousing curiosity or interest; holding or catching the attention.|
An interesting debate.
The food is an intriguing combination of German and French.
|irresistible||Too attractive and tempting to be resisted.|
He found the delicious looking cakes irresistible.
|irresistibly||In a way that is too attractive and tempting to be resisted.|
Their eyes were drawn irresistibly back to the house.
|overwhelming||Very great in amount.|
His party won overwhelming support.
|personable||(of persons) pleasant in appearance and personality.|
He was so personable and well spoken.
|pleasantness||The quality of giving pleasure.|
The pleasantness of a cool breeze on a hot summer day.
|riveting||Capable of arousing and holding the attention.|
The book is a riveting account of the legendary freedom fighter.
|salient||Represented as leaping (rampant but leaning forward.|
|stardom||The state or status of being a very famous or talented entertainer or sports player.|
John Thaw shot to stardom with his portrayal of Inspector Morse.
|tempting||Very pleasantly inviting.|
A tempting financial offer.
|thrilling||Causing a surge of emotion or excitement.|
It s very thrilling to be here and to congratulate the team on another splendid success.
|winsome||Attractive or appealing in a fresh, innocent way.|
A winsome smile.