(comparative more entranced, superlative most entranced)
- Held at attention, as if by magic.
- simple past tense and past participle of entrance
From en- + trance (“daze”)
Variant of entrance
- the act or point of entering: to make an entrance
- a place for entering; door, gate, etc.
- permission, right, or power to enter; admission
Origin of entranceMiddle English entraunce ; from Old French entrant, present participle of entrer: see enter