Definition of fascinate:
trip up, hoodwink, charm, appropriate, enthral, see, fire, turn one on, stir, overpower, arouse, attract, magnetize, titillate, spike, hex, make a hit, empale, magnetise, jinx, take in, bewitch, intrigue, witch, thrill, tempt, bait the hook, enchant, juggle, engage, pick up, get, transport, raise to fever heat, interest, pique, overhear, seduce, hitch, overtake, ravish, tease, ensnare, hold spellbound, enamour, overwhelm, arrest, mesmerise, knock dead, invite, becharm, capture, entrance, mesmerize, excite, carry away, delight, cast a spell over, take hold of, influence, enthrall, transfix, win, please, catch, connive, entice, seize, enslave, gain ascendancy over, excite, lure, grapple, captivate, glamour, absorb, draw, catch up, engage the thoughts, attach, like, allure, tantalize, stimulate, appeal to, lead on, kindle, enrapture, rivet, inflame with love, impale, view, catch up with, provoke, enamor, compel, scheme, grip, grab, invite attention, hold, subdue, beguile, animate, spellbind, trance, conquer, coax, intoxicate, watch.
- "Embarrassments", Henry James.
- "A Fleece of Gold Five Lessons from the Fable of Jason and the Golden Fleece", Charles Stewart Given.
- "England and the War", Walter Raleigh.