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The Da Vinci Code
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as in: she was intrigued Define
cause to be interested, curious, or fascinated
  • An audience member has just handed me a far more, shall we say… intriguing introduction.
  • The second version now hung in London’s National Gallery under the name Virgin of the Rocks, although Langdon still preferred the Louvre’s more intriguing original.

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  • Last month, much to Langdon’s embarrassment, Boston Magazine had listed him as one of that city’s top ten most intriguing people—a dubious honor that made him the brunt of endless ribbing by his Harvard colleagues.
  • I’ll admit, the hidden M’s are intriguing, although I assume nobody is claiming they are proof of Jesus’ marriage to Magdalene.
  • Nonetheless, she felt intrigued and found herself pondering the verse carefully.
  • Although the pyramid itself seemed an oddity, it was the giant shape mounted halfway up the pyramid that most intrigued the Teacher.
  • The truth, Langdon recalled, was far more intriguing.
  • Langdon had to admit, there existed an intriguing symmetry in the idea of the Templars building a modern Grail repository that echoed the Grail’s original hiding place.

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  • She was intrigued by his surprising comment.
  • It was the first time she met him and she was intrigued by his easy confidence.

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  • And Mr. Langdon’s refusal to speak publicly about his unusual role in last year’s Vatican conclave certainly wins him points on our intrigue-o-meter.
  • Teabing’s bushy eyebrows arched with intrigue.

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  • "No," Langdon said, feeling a sudden intrigue.

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as in: she was intrigued Define
cause to be interested, curious, or fascinated
as in: involved in intrigue Define
a secret scheme or plot
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