captivate

[ kap-tuh-veyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF captivate

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It was, indeed, just the spot to captivate a youthful and susceptible fancy.

She seemed born, not only to captivate the giddy, but to turn the heads of the sage.

The effort to captivate where there is no stake to win, means mischief.

I captivate—just as I fish, hunt, sketch, or shoot—to amuse myself.

And his mind was devilishly clever enough to captivate my fancy.

"I am quite innocent of any intention to captivate," replied Fanny.

To captivate the affections was a secondary use of the phrase.

Molly, you will delight in her; she is just the woman to captivate you completely.

"You are very beautiful; you will captivate the king," said Ambition.

Just the kind of girl I should suppose likely to captivate poor Edward.

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