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Synonyms for fascinated

having your attention fixated as though by a spell

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Yours is the sentimental hope of one fascinated by what she does not understand.
Summary: Melbourne [Australia], Nov 29 (ANI): In a fascinating revelation, Meghan Markle's childhood friend disclosed that the actress was always fascinated by the royal family and hoped to be Princess Diana 2.
Lyle is a strange character who is fascinated with murder and part of an organisation called the Kill Club which is actually a very normal idea, with normal people who are fascinated by true crime, mysteries and murders.
Speaking at the red carpet premiere in London's Leicester Square as part of the BFI London Film Festival, he said: "I think we are fascinated by extremity.
Idris Evans is fascinated by the dog, details of which he uncovered when he researched the graphic account of the lives of the Welsh drovers.
But part of it was that we had an inspirational leader, which is why I'm fascinated by Barack Obama.
Todd outlines Merian's life from her upbringing in Germany, where she learned to paint and engrave and became fascinated with butterflies.
There's a lot of text here (and some of it, in white type on a gray background, is rather hard to read) for those truly fascinated by these amazing machines, but it's also fun to browse through this and just read the sidebars and informative captions.
When I was four or five, I was fascinated by sporadic National Geographic stories of the lone Japanese soldier emerging from some island jungle to surrender years after the war was over.
It's not that Weiser is all that fascinated by magnetism as a physical phenomenon.
95): it narrows the focus to whites have have been fascinated with the performances and styles of Afro-Americans over the centuries, and provides chapters of social history and music culture which argues that no form of American music is ethnically pure, but represents variations and changes on the musical competition between blacks and whites in this country.
Historians have long been fascinated by the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, which marked the first--but by no means the last--time in U.
What fascinated me about Lewis was his intense personal loneliness and the intriguing hints in the record that he had a much more intense feeling of comradeship for Clark than Clark did for him," explains Hall.
Edison would have been fascinated by today's world, especially in the telecommunications industry.
Escher was fascinated by figuring out how the patterns were made and teaching himself how to make them.