fascinates|fascinated|fascinating'fæsɪneɪt verb +cause to be interested or curious +to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe +attract; cause to be enamored
bewitch, enchant, cast a spell on or over, ensorcell, spellbind, hold spellbound, put or have under a spell, charm, captivate, intrigue, beguile, hypnotize, mesmerize, transfix, entrance, engross, enthral, enrapture, absorb, allure, attract:
Desmond is utterly fascinated by Elizabeth.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective ~ (by sth) ~ to see, learn, etc. very interested: The children watched, fascinated, as the picture began to appear. + I've always been fascinated by his ideas. + They were fascinated to see that it was similar to one they had at home.
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