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captivate
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Sense and Sensibility
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  • It was enough to secure his good opinion; for to be unaffected was all that a pretty girl could want to make her mind as captivating as her person.
  • They had begun to fail him before he entered the house, and they were quite overcome by the captivating manners of Mrs. Dashwood.
  • He was exactly formed to engage Marianne’s heart, for with all this, he joined not only a captivating person, but a natural ardour of mind which was now roused and increased by the example of her own, and which recommended him to her affection beyond every thing else.
  • Just the kind of girl I should suppose likely to captivate poor Edward.

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  • has a captivating voice
  • captivated by her smile

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