Definition of entrancement in English:



See entrance

‘Seeing it at the cinema is always both more powerful and ‘easier’ than watching it at home on video or DVD: it's far harder to summon the conditions for entrancement in a domestic space full of distractions and business.’
  • ‘The entrancement of this poem also began forty years ago for me, when I was in fact engaged in a life and death struggle between sleeping past and waking into my life.’
  • ‘Double-entry bookkeeping has rarely been described with such entrancement.’
  • ‘Is there a word for this mixture of entrancement and profound fear?’
  • ‘The experience must have reawakened his first entrancements with ballet.’



/inˈtransmənt/ /ɪnˈtrænsmənt/ /enˈtransmənt/ /ɛnˈtrænsmənt/