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Synonyms for captivating

capturing interest as if by a spell

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Captivating: It may not be action-packed but Nowhere Prophet is still worth a look Moreish gameplay: Nowhere Prophet will have you coming back for more
In another Facebook post, Aice Belican, creator of Tugpo Aerials Facebook page, also shared his captivating aerial shot of the Bukidnon National High School, with the shot emphasizing the golden trumpet trees.
On his twitter account, in an apparent reference to his political adversaries, he said 'The captivating grandeur of our land is why I would be happy just remaining confined here working for our people.'
The consummate storyteller, adept at captivating audiences will now captivate readers as he whisks them away to worlds of dance, intrigue, high society and scandal bringing the golden age of dance to life, page by page.
Summary: Mayurbhanj (Odisha) [India], July 5 (ANI): A captivating video has emerged from Odisha's Mayurbhanj where a scorpion can be seen toting her babies on her back.
From cheerful nursery mobiles at infancy to captivating Alexander Calder installations in adulthood, kinetic sculptures mesmerize at every age.
Watching this video with the knowledge of what is going to happen almost makes it more captivating, as each child waddles towards this impressive tower of Jenga blocks.
And the captivating Lady Charlotte does not strike him as a woman who will be wooed by his wealth or title.
It is brave, unique and a really captivating live experience.
Peake is captivating throughout, crackling with nervous energy, aloof, coquettish, manic, bewildered and distraught as the Streetcar hurtles to a savage ending.
Add a sense of joy and discovery to the process and you have a vigorous, captivating autobiography sure to attract a wide audience.
Ahmedabad, India, September 17, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The $10 Trillion Prize: Captivating the Newly Affluent in China and India, a book jointly written by Michael Silverstein, Abheek Singhi and Carol Liao, and slated for release on 22 September 2012, is an extremely insightful look into market segmentation of Indian and Chinese consumer market, based on BCG's market research.
The delightful story and captivating illustrations are sure to enthral both young children and their parents alike.
The results were captivating, as well as diversified with picturesque images portraying cafes, the act of prayer, mosques and traditional food amongst many others.