fascinating[ fas-uh-ney-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF fascinating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FASCINATING
Perhaps Cecilia was not so fascinating, but she was more attractive.
It's too romantic and fascinating for words—or to put into words.
Yet the fascinating possibility is like a taste for drink, or the glamour of cards.
I don't want you to take any trouble upon yourself, or to try to be fascinating.
He had great refinement of mind, broad ideas, and fascinating manners.
Monseigneur was out at a little supper most nights, with fascinating company.
These people are, moreover, of a fascinating cosmopolitanism.
It was fascinating to watch the animal's cunning play across his face.
The fascinating men, and the fashionable women that you would invite!
He has a fascinating habit of feeding himself with his paws.