fascination

[ fas-uh-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fascination

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There is a fascination in this view in its capacity for change.

She has the fascination of great pride and the magic of manners.

The fascination of writing on it with chalk still obsessed the children.

The secret of it, the fascination of the wild life, was revealed to me.

Although very young, she had more of a woman's fascination than any of us.

Gloria gazed down into the boy's face with a sort of fascination.

What a fascination there was about that little point of fire!

For Nancy Monsieur de Boisdhyver seemed to have a fascination.

What was the influence, the fascination that strange old Frenchman seemed to exert?

The fascination of the light for the grey cub increased from day to day.

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