Definition of transfixion in English:

transfixion

noun

  • See transfix

    • ‘The girl watched in both horror and transfixion.’
    • ‘This has been an historic decade in the development of the cinema, a breathlessly wonderful time of captivation and transfixion brought forth from the glories of the moving picture.’
    • ‘His comment was so random it shook me from my transfixion.’

Pronunciation

transfixion

/transˈfɪkʃ(ə)n/