One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the rapt teenage audience’
fascinated, enthralled, spellbound, captivated, riveted, gripped, mesmerized, enchanted, entranced, charmed, bewitched, transported, enraptured
thrilled, ecstatic, rapturous
informal blissed out
2‘she stood motionless for a second, as if rapt in thought’
engrossed, absorbed, lost, preoccupied, in a brown study, intent
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