Antonyms for enraptured:
disconsolate, forlorn, gloomy, blue, woebegone, downhearted, low-spirited, despondent, unhappy, doleful, brokenhearted, joyless, downcast, heartsick, heartbroken, melancholy, hangdog, heartsore, glum, sad, mournful, inconsolable, dejected, crestfallen, down, woeful, wretched, sorrowful, low, Saddened, sorry, depressed, miserable.
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Other synonyms and related words:
entranced, absorbed, watchful, observing, regardful, fascinated, interested, Concentrating, heedful, diligent, intent, observant, mindful, responsible, cautious, rapt, Immersed, sharp, careful, concerned, Hearkening, vigilant, alert, engrossed, Scrutinizing, attentive, Considering.
Sense 1 (noun)
Usage examples for enraptured:
- Nor would Her heart permit her to refuse with scorn His wish, and by refusal, make more sad The sad farewell; but she compassion took Upon his love, which she had known so long; And that celestial face, that mouth, which he So long had coveted, which had, for years, The burden been of all his dreams and sighs, Close bringing unto his, so sad and wan, Discolored by his mortal agony, Kiss after kiss, all goodness, with a look Of deep compassion, on the trembling lips Of the enraptured lover she impressed. - "The Poems of Giacomo Leopardi", Giacomo Leopardi.
- These spend their mornings " in devout prayer," and not in bed like the ladies of Italy; they read the Scriptures instead of Ariosto and Petrarch; they are so beautiful that the traveller is enraptured and cannot help crying out: " There is no beauty but in England." - "The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare", J. J. Jusserand.
- We walked on, enraptured by the sights around us, by the heavy scent of the roses and the blossoms. - "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill", Winston Churchill.