Verb(1) cause to be interested or curious(2) to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe(3) attract; cause to be enamored
(1) Microcosms fascinate me, captivate me and draw me to their limited but complete spaces.(2) This type of climbing will always fascinate me.(3) Perhaps it is this very drama that provides the attraction that continues to fascinate military historians.(4) Mountains will always fascinate man; the temptation to conquer them is probably somewhere within most of us.(5) Foreign cultures and languages fascinate you.(6) You will never know what is on their mind, and you may not have any idea where you stand with them, but their secrets will always fascinate you.(7) Whether you're attending your best friend's wedding or you're off to Ladies Day at Royal Ascot, a hat or fascinator brings the perfect finishing touch to your outfit.(8) The comedian teamed his off-the-shoulder gown with high heels and a black fascinator , as he hailed a cab in London's Bond Street.(9) I was excited to think that I could get all dressed up and wear my new fascinator and see her and partake in the social activities, the champagne drinking, etc.(10) I must state at this stage that I was concerned that the fascinator —a funny little hat that looked like an elaborate TV aerial—would change the channel of my on-board telly in the limo.(11) Why are people so fascinated by gender differences in the first place?(12) I must state at this stage that I was concerned that the fascinator —a funny little hat that looked like an elaborate TV aerial—would change the channel of my on-board telly in the limo.(13) The Duchess matched the multicolour silk dress with a slate grey, embroidered cropped jacket and matching fascinator .(14) Forget sighting a humble swallow—these days, the first sign of a British summer must surely be the inaugural glimpse of a bright, feathered fascinator perched precariously atop the mother of the bride.(15) When they were out, she wore low hats with fascinators covering her eyes, which managed to make her look quite glamorous; though she insisted they were only for disguise purposes.(16) Why are artists so fascinated with old video games?
(1) to fascinate :: ба fascinate
1. interest ::
2. capture ::
3. grip ::
4. intrigue ::
Different Formsfascinate, fascinated, fascinates, fascinating
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