captivating[ kap-tuh-veyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF captivating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAPTIVATING
What he said was so wise, so well-balanced, and so captivating.
If he is so grave, I fear I have no chance of captivating him.
It was in these quarters of an hour that she succeeded in captivating me, heart and soul.
I wear low cut evening gowns, the most captivating I can afford.
Lithe and sinuous as a panther, he rode with a perfect ease that was captivating.
Such a Review may be made a sink of money with captivating ease.
Her greatest delight is in dancing, and in the dance she is captivating.
In fine, her whole appearance is captivating in the extreme.
Why did he now find the same woman so beautiful, so captivating?
Her manner was gracious, kindly, captivating—she intended it to be all that.