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Spell check of entrancing

Correct spelling: entrancing

Synonyms:
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.

Antonyms:
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.

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