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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fascinate.


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  • What fascinates is his vision of our world, a vision both grim and sardonic, though his sympathies are plainly with victims of every stamp.

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  • Something catches his fancy, like a shiny coin fascinates a crow, and he plays with it.

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  • AS THERE are persons whose expression fascinates and wins us through something that we keenly feel but cannot clearly understand, so is it also true of some natural scenes.


  • Point 1: Anderson begins speaking of a Latin fortune teller named Walter Mercado, who "fascinates" him.

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  • The thing that kind of fascinates me is this: The Rangers are getting rid of a guy who was a total overpaid bust, and another guy who was supposed to score and didn't, and wasn't coming back as a UFA anyway.

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  • a glowing arch, quivering with an intensity of color, such as fascinates the eye of the eagle to the noonday sun.

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  • "So I don't know if it 'fascinates' people, but the mainstream became aware of them because in many ways, a small number of them hijacked the means of communication and business.

  • I was exposed to a lot of unsavory things at a very young age, but till today I think it still fascinates me how I handled them.

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  • It is this wine making lineage that fascinates Mr. Moosbrugger.

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  • This chapter of ancient history naturally fascinates anyone who is interested in the development of Christianity.

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