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- v. Present participle of fasciate.
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What I find fasciating about myself is my tendency toward rituals and routines.
The room uses old and new wood together for fasciating contrast (we did the same in our house, though not on as grand a scale), with curious objects displayed throughout, everything from a deer's head (Mark is a hunter) to old tools to salvaged blue bottles to a silver sword.
A fasciating case to be sure, I wonder what legal twists and turns will accompany this suit, surely not nearly as entertaining to the average person, but intellectual property lawyers are sure to have a field day.
A number of loud and pleasant-noted fasciating honey-eaters suddenly changed their tune to that indicative of fear.