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rapt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishraptrapt /ræpt/ adjective written  INTERESTEDso interested in something that you do not notice anything else They listened with rapt attention. the rapt expression on his face
Examples from the Corpus
raptAshi had no doubt the woman would have been as rapt at his polite charm and elegance as she herself had once been.Tom mumbled on in his own way, a little flattered at the rapt attention he was receiving.Twice he drew her stylish silhouette in rapt attention in the Louvre.Indeed, although a display of rapt attention is required, the executive may not feel it necessary to listen.Victor's face as the match flares in front of it has the rapt attention of a man lighting a fuse.As Father Tim read, Barnabas awoke, yawned, and began to listen with rapt attention.We have spent two whole days from sun-up till sun-down in rapt conversation.rapt attentionAs Father Tim read, Barnabas awoke, yawned, and began to listen with rapt attention.In the early days it was like cinema in the home, watched with rapt attention.Tom mumbled on in his own way, a little flattered at the rapt attention he was receiving.Twice he drew her stylish silhouette in rapt attention in the Louvre.Indeed, although a display of rapt attention is required, the executive may not feel it necessary to listen.Victor's face as the match flares in front of it has the rapt attention of a man lighting a fuse.She quavers along with the congregation and is all rapt attention when the vicar does his bit.The entire audience stayed at rapt attention while the last part of the speech was translated into the vernacular.
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