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Remember, it is not what their eyes see that fascinates these romantic young misses.

This FreedomA. S. M. Hutchinson

I will ask the prefect to find out who she is, and get rid of her, before she fascinates me with that evil eye.

HypatiaCharles Kingsley

Yes, I should like a man to come—any man so that he is strong and thoroughly a villain, and so that he fascinates me.

And more than that, a steady eye, an eye that looks one in the face unflinchingly, overawes and fascinates.

Secrets of the SwordCsar Lecat de Bazancourt

The spectacle so fascinates me sometimes that I cannot listen to the music.

Her conversation with Prospero, and immediately afterwards with Ferdinand, who fascinates her, and with whom she falls in love.

And the beauty who fascinates the young hero, whose face is as red as the blood of the hare?

SmokeTurgenev Ivan Sergeevich

Now there's something in rum that fascinates, something we can't understand.

Dave RanneyDave Ranney

To a great extent Duse fascinates most playgoers by her plastic art, since they do not understand her speech.

Our Stage and Its Critics"E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

I have never quite understood just what it is in Wagner's music that so fascinates many people whom I know to be unmusical.

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