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to please greatly or irresistibly

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Delafield, Charlotte saw nothing in her new acquaintance but a gentleman of extraordinary personal beauty, agreeable manners, and graceful address--qualities that are always sure to please, and, not unusually, to captivate.
Then, indeed, does she captivate all hearts by her condescension, by her girlish vivacity, and by her skipping about as in the days when the hideous old general with the mouth too full of teeth had not cut one of them at two guineas each.
Well, you MAY captivate old men, and younger sons; but nobody else, I am sure, will ever take a fancy to you.
But the sight of this desolate world did not fail to captivate them by its very strangeness.
Emboldened as it seemed by this reply to enter into a more general conversation, Mr Swiveller plainly laid himself out to captivate our attention.
We feel very lucky to collaborate with a company whose passion and commitment for their clients is second to none, said Nicole McCullum, Captivates Founder.
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Once again, Clea Hantman captivates with a fantastic combination of mythical and modern characters and a plot with age-old, yet universal problems.