fascinated

[ fas-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fascinated

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The fairy godmother romance of it fascinated her girlish mind.

She straightened her young form and stared, fascinated, at the door.

She went with him to haul the grain to mill and was fascinated by the big scales.

Morton, in a word, was fascinated; this man was the only friend he had made.

She rested and fascinated him at once by her strength and homely charm.

I was fascinated; and the nearer she came, the less could I keep from watching her.

"He has fascinated you as he has fascinated Mother and Nance," Dan replied.

Dan was fascinated, motionless, held as in a vice by the horror of the thing.

To Hilary's fascinated gaze it seemed as if there would be a terrific smash.

When his eyes got back to Miggs, they rested on her; fascinated.

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