intrigued

[ verb in-treeg; noun in-treeg, in-treeg ]SEE DEFINITION OF intrigued

Synonyms for intrigued | adj.attracted

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Here is a salad that would have intrigued the palate of Lucullus, himself.

M. de Rivarol, intrigued by his mirth, scowled upon him disapprovingly.

He had been a fool to have permitted himself to be intrigued by so shallow, so obvious a purpose.

Intrigued by his odd words and odder manner, she took the folded sheet.

I plotted, and schemed, and intrigued to obtain access to information.

He had travelled much, suffered not a little, intrigued, fought.

But he intrigued against his chief, and was then transferred to Rome.

I was so intrigued by the thought of a Christian room that I could hardly wait to see it.

Already, it will be seen, she was intrigued with the "unknown divine."

My own careless words had created a picture which charmed, which intrigued.

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