fascinate

[ fas-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fascinate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FASCINATE

Her singing especially seemed to enchant and fascinate the girl.

He wished to try to fascinate her again, but she quieted him with a movement of her hands.

The subject of cannibals seemed especially to fascinate her.

I'll tell you this much, there are implications about this case that fascinate me!

But the sound of Peter's narrative seemed to fascinate—to hypnotize him.

What could it be that had such a power to fascinate the whole tribe?

Her instinct was to rouse, charm, fascinate her little audience.

It did not fascinate him, as did the story of the wandering prince.

The rock seemed to fascinate him as the eyes of a snake fascinate a bird.

This book is one to fascinate every intelligent American boy.

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