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Synonyms for captivated

strongly attracted


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filled with wonder and delight

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From Come On Eileen and Moonlight Shadow to the self-penned Going Home and Eat You Words, the band held the audience captivated.
Schwarzkopf, who retired in 1975, captivated audiences and critics alike during a career that spanned four decades.
By turns free spirited and disciplined, whimsical and unsentimental, earthy and sophisticated, the city founded by merchants has been a model of modernity from the start Always focused on making money and making art, golden-age Amsterdam didn't have time for the spiritual hysteria that captivated other 17th-century cities.
From shopkeepers so captivated by Marguerite they encourate her to touch and experience everything, to the comfortable indolence of a cat who sees every place as home, to the quiet vibrancy of medieval-style villages and much more, A Year Of Sundays is an extraordinary and captivating journey following adventures both without and within.
He first moved through Dadaist circles in Zurich and Geneva, where he "invented" abstract photograms using scraps of paper and textiles, later dubbed "Schadographs" and also on view here; he had a short career in Italy, where Renaissance painting captivated him.
The atmosphere of Caux captivated him and his wife, the poet Zinaida Mirkina, who accompanied him on two later visits.
Set in 1899, England is captivated by a fierce, vulgar trapeze artist called Fevvers.