WRONG:

WRAPPED/RAPT



When you get deeply involved in a project, you may say you’re wrapped up in it; but if you are entranced or enraptured by something you are “rapt,” not “wrapped.” The word means “carried away” and is used in expressions like “listening with rapt attention,” “rapt expression,” and “rapt in conversation.”


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