Come the departed shades, whose steps my rapt soul hears.
My friend, I walk in rapt intoxication!
II 1 I am rapt with terror.
I sat beside Mabel Anson in rapt admiration.
The people watched each of these ceremonies with rapt interest.
Rather was there something eager and rapt about the comportment of the people.
At breakfast that morning he was silent and apparently rapt in thought.
From their rapt devotee's adoring sight.
He spoke in rapt sentences, as if he were looking on a vision.
Bobby's rapt tone made his uncle laugh.
They gazed at her plain, sallow countenance in rapt admiration.
He humored her, for the sake of watching her rapt and eager face.
They played until lunch-time, both affecting a rapt interest in the game.
Albert, rapt in his labour, was working with the fury of the artist.
She glanced around, evidently in rapt admiration of everything she saw.
Definition of Rapt
(not comparable, archaic) Snatched, taken away; abducted. | (not comparable) Lifted up into the air; transported into heaven. | (comparable) Very interested, involved in something, absorbed, transfixed; fascinated or engrossed.
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