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captivate
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Middlemarch
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  • Dorothea was altogether captivated by the wide embrace of this conception.
  • Rosamond, for her part, had never enjoyed the days so much in her life before: she was sure of being admired by some one worth captivating, and she did not distinguish flirtation from love, either in herself or in another.

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  • has a captivating voice
  • captivated by her smile

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