He wanted to look at the others, wanted to see what was on their faces, but the voice of the shade held him spellbound.
I didn’t dare stare back into her spellbound eyes.
Jennsen watched, spellbound, as the gift was actually being used to help someone, instead of cause suffering.
Marthe listen spellbound.
It doesn't add up to such an astronomical sum in paper money, but it's spellbinding.
The air was more sultry than ever; from the sultry heat and the stillness submissive nature was spellbound into silence...
The prisoner gazed up, spellbound, as Pozharsky went on.
The symbolism was spellbinding.
There was nothing more, my eyes were empty and I was spellbound by my deliverance.
I mean, I was spellbound the whole time.
to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe: grip, fascinate, interest, transfix
attract strongly, as if with a magnet: bewitch, mesmerize, influence, mesmerise, magnetize, charm, tempt, magnetise
put into a trance: entrance, mesmerize, mesmerise, hypnotise, hypnotize