1. rapt
    1. completely fascinated by what one is seeing or hearing:
      "Andrew looked at her, rapt"
      antonyms: inattentive
    2. archaic
      having been carried away bodily or transported to heaven:
      "he was rapt on high"
    late Middle English (in the sense ‘transported by religious feeling’): from Latin raptus ‘seized,’ past participle of rapere.
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  2. Rapt | Definition of Rapt by Merriam-Webster


    Define rapt: lifted up and carried away; transported with emotion : enraptured; wholly absorbed : engrossed — rapt in a sentence

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    Rapt definition, deeply engrossed or absorbed: a rapt listener. See more.

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  5. Rapt (2009) - IMDb

    • 6.7/10 ·
    • 1.8K ratings ·
    • Drama/Thriller

    A rich industrialist is brutally kidnapped. While he physically and mentally degenerates in imprisonment, the kidnappers, police and the board of the company of which ...

  6. Rapt (2011) - Rotten Tomatoes

    • 97% ·
    • 31 ratings

    Lucas Belvaux's Rapt is good, nasty fun: a Chabrolian crime thriller based on the actual 1978 kidnapping of a French-Belgian executive whose harrowing 9-week ...

  7. Rapt - definition of rapt by The Free Dictionary


    Define rapt. rapt synonyms, rapt pronunciation, rapt translation, English dictionary definition of rapt. adj. 1. Deeply moved or delighted; enraptured: listened to ...

  8. Rapt (2009) - IMDb

    • 6.7/10 ·
    • 1.8K ratings ·
    • Drama/Thriller

    Directed by Lucas Belvaux. With Yvan Attal, Anne Consigny, André Marcon. A rich industrialist is brutally kidnapped. While he physically and mentally degenerates in ...