- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rivet.
“The word riveted the group and all eyes fell to the ground.”
“The trailer had me riveted from the opening, the way in which it just threw away any pretense to add in dialogue or exposition or, for that matter, an explanation of the movie as it just sticks to the fun parts of a Fugitive meets Rambo kind of movie.”
“He created a world that you can smell and taste, that you enter in riveted fascination.”
“Simenon's is a world that you can smell and taste and that you enter in riveted fascination.”
“What leaves the reader riveted is not Lida's obsession with nastiness - disturbing though the murder, rape and homelessness are - but his emotional proximity ...”
“And yet I remember that at that early age -- mayhap under fourteen -- notwithstanding, and through all its incidental attractiveness, he hazarded the opinion to me (and the expression riveted my surprise), that there was feebleness in the structure of the work.”
“The name riveted his consciousness upon the one man of all men upon earth whom he had wanted to meet.”
“The proslavery Democracy was drunk with rage at the prospect of losing control of the situation, which, up to that time, had needed scarcely an effort to bind in riveted chains impenetrable alike to the power of man or the frowns of the”
“Something in their expression riveted the doctor's gaze as by a spell.”
““Then there’s the “Citizen Kane” opening that coaxes you into the story with images so compelling you’re riveted from the first panel.”
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