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rapt

rapt

 
pronunciation:
raept
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: completely engrossed.
I had his rapt attention.
synonyms:
absorbed, abstracted, engaged, engrossed, enthralled, immersed
similar words:
consumed, intent, obsessed, occupied, preoccupied
definition 2: carried away with emotion; deeply moved.
synonyms:
ecstatic, elated, enraptured, entranced, exalted, transported
antonyms:
unmoved
similar words:
delirious, enchanted, enthralled, fascinated, joyous, overjoyed, triumphant
derivations: raptly (adv.), raptness (n.)
Word Parts
The word rapt contains the following part:
rap Latin root that means seize, carry off by force