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Spell check of entrancing

Correct spelling: entrancing

engrossing, absorbing, winning, seductive, glamorous, glorious, enthralling, splendid, enrapturing, angelic, charismatic, engaging, magnetic, fetching, riveting, captivating, beautiful, delightful, appealing, charming, breathtaking, stunning, fascinating, alluring, gripping, attractive, elfin, ravishing, exquisite, bewitching, enchanting, luring, elegant, gorgeous.

invidious, abhorrent, noisome, dull, loathsome, horrid, sickening, horrendous, abominable, appalling, irksome, tedious, repugnant, awful, repelling, unattractive, monotonous, distasteful, shocking, tiresome, pedestrian, flat, offensive, drab, jading, repellent, hideous, repulsive, revolting, boring, odious, wearisome, obnoxious, horrible, leaden, ponderous, nauseating, dreary, humdrum.

Examples of usage:

1) Children especially love them and young people always find an evening garden party entrancing. - "Entertaining Made Easy", Emily Rose Burt.

2) Those moments of entrancing happiness, although in one sense they lasted a lifetime, were in the ordinary measure of time but of brief duration. - "The New Tenant", E. Phillips Oppenheim.

3) But the boy could not wait; so, after he had told Peter about Ruth,- and that took ten minutes, try as hard as he could to shorten the telling,- during which the stuffed peppers were in evidence,- and after Peter had replied with certain messages to Ruth,- during which the spaghetti was served sizzling hot, with entrancing frazzlings of brown cheese clinging to the edges of the tin plate- the Chief Assistant squared his elbows and plunged head- foremost into the subject. - "Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero", F. Hopkinson Smith.