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to fascinate: to interest, to captivate, to charm
Rare plants have always fascinated Horatio. He's been very interested in them since he was a young boy.

fascinating: charming, interesting, enchanting, captivating
This book is fascinating. I can't stop reading it!
Horatio is quite fascinating. He's an intriguing man!

to be fascinated (by): to be very interested (in), to be charmed or captivated (by)
Luna has always been fascinated by cats. She's always found them charming.


  • "Icarus : But I found the piece truly fascinating."
  • "Bruno had better luck with independent shops, which were fascinated by Oléré's intense and original blends."
  • "Dr. Gilchrist : Fascinating!"
  • "There's an exhibit at the Louvre on Neo-Classical Anti-Renaissance Post-Modernism. Oh and then we can go and have some ice cream, it'll be fascinating!"
  • "Montmartre Musk from Delavigne is full of artistic flair, vibrance and creativity, it's colourful and romantic, yet fascinating and complex."
  • "Our readers would be fascinated to hear about your unique approach to accounting and your opinions on the finance world in general."
  • "Joan : Fascinating!"
  • "I hope you'll come back soon with more information about the fascinating nation of Scandinavia."
  • "Fascinating. You're much taller than your dog."
  • "Extraterrestrials, or "aliens", have fascinated mankind for centuries."

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