Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Your brother, in short, has given a plan that captivates us all.

S—— shows me another, which captivates my mind; I feel that I am created for it.

She possessed an elusiveness that captivates more surely than beauty.

It is the sword with which she conquers, and the charm with which she captivates.

Secondly, the comfort which Europeans enjoy, at once benefits and captivates him.

He stuns the ear and captivates the senses, but does not subdue the soul.

The type of play that captivates the west may not go at all in the east, and the other way about.

There is something almost feminine about him which captivates me.

Poetry, like all the fine arts, captivates the senses, as much as the intellect.

She was of that high-stepping and flamboyant type that captivates youth most surely.