fascinating


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Synonyms for fascinating

Synonyms for fascinating

Synonyms for fascinating

capable of arousing and holding the attention

capturing interest as if by a spell

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We'll keep away from these fascinating Devil's Forders, and particularly the youngest Kearney.
There was a velvety stretch of ground in the Sawyer pasture which was full of fascinating hollows and hillocks, as well as verdant levels, on which to build houses.
We don't believe in that fascinating beauty of hers -- whatever you may do.
Monseigneur was out at a little supper most nights, with fascinating company.
She had the most delightful little voice, the gayest little laugh, the pleasantest and most fascinating little ways, that ever led a lost youth into hopeless slavery.
For, if you reflect a moment, you will see that, while it is easy to choose what virtues we would have our wife possess, it is all but impossible to imagine those faults we would desire in her, which I think most lovers would admit add piquancy to the loved one, that fascinating wayward imperfection which paradoxically makes her perfect.
I knew that I had come face to face with some one whose mere personality was so fascinating that, if I allowed it to do so, it would absorb my whole nature, my whole soul, my very art itself.
From surprise she soon passed to admiration, and then to delight on perceiving how handsome and fascinating he was.
For two weeks his business friends played with the telephones, like boys with a fascinating toy; then Holmes nailed up a new shelf in his office, and on this shelf placed six box-telephones in a row.
To that memory she still was loyal; but what weight has a memory in the presence of a fascinating reality?
I wish I could put down all he said exactly as he said it, for to me it was most fascinating.
But the great legend of the Mediterranean, the legend of traditional song and grave history, lives, fascinating and immortal, in our minds.
Next we come to the Hump, which is the part of the Broad Walk where all the big races are run, and even though you had no intention of running you do run when you come to the Hump, it is such a fascinating, slide-down kind of place.
With hearts light and free from care they traveled merrily along through the lovely and fascinating Land of Oz, and in good season reached the stately castle in which resided the Sorceress.
Filled with wonder and admiration our friends approached and stood watching this fascinating dance.