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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fascinate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having the attention fixed by a sense of wonder.
- adj. intensely interested in or attracted by.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having your attention fixated as though by a spell
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On a different note, I remain fascinated by the way stories shape us – stories are so strong in their shapes and structures.
(Soundbite of laughter) ALEXIS: So what keeps me fascinated is what I considered one of the great mysteries of history: Why did Antony put that huge army and fleet together to battle Octavian and then run away from them and back to her and leave them to be decimated?
For me, civil engineering was far from boring (I ended up spending seven years with Halcrow, and I remain fascinated by the profession and its achievements); other professions seemed far less interesting – accountancy, law, quantity surveying ….
Still, people remain fascinated with all kinds of divorce statistics.
And as for other mommy bloggers, I remain fascinated by what YOU are doing with your blogs.
“I was fascinated from the first time I saw him with Jewish constituents at how easily they got along with him, how much they liked him and were drawn to him, and how well he answered questions, particularly on Israel,” Mikva said.
So skip out on work and watch in fascinated horror as a room full of people hunch over their glowing computer monitors, looking dead-eyed and miserable as they craft their next NYC media inside jokey punsterpiece.
I remain fascinated and sickened by Dubai, as I am with New Urbanism.
I stood, in short, fascinated; but it was necessary to make an effort to break this spell a retreat must be beaten.
Burr marked him, talked to him, walked with him, took him a day or two's voyage in his flatboat, and, in short, fascinated him.