transfixed in Greek
"The Mother Confessor," Sebastian whispered, transfixed by the sight of her.
Carl stared at the thermal imager like a snake watching a transfixed bird.
I stood, transfixed by the horrible scene, until I was interrupted by a rough hand on my shoulder.
Most, like Vorn, were transfixed.
My entire body was transfixed by a nervous ripple.
She sat transfixed on the edge of the bath, unable to take her eyes off the dying crow.
They watched the smoke, transfixed, fascinated.
With mugs in hand, Matt stood transfixed between the past and the present.
We must be able to do something other than curse or remain transfixed in immobility.
She stood transfixed as if she had seen a ghost.
having your attention fixated as though by a spell: mesmerised, hypnotized, mesmerized, fascinated, spell-bound, enchanted, spellbound, hypnotised