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intrigue
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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as in: she was intrigued Define
cause to be interested, curious, or fascinated
  • On that intriguing note, I take my leave.
  • Skeeter refuses to give any more away on this intriguing subject, so we turn instead to the relationship that will undoubtedly fascinate her readers more than any other.

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  • And yet the square was now attracting a trickle of visitors who seemed to find the anomaly most intriguing.
  • No, it’s the mother and the sister that intrigued me, and a little digging uncovered a positive nest of nastiness — but, as I say, you’ll have to wait for chapters nine to twelve for full details.
  • "The Cloak of Invisibility," he finished, enclosing both line and circle in a triangle, to make the symbols that so intrigued Hermione.
  • He was still clutching the sword of Gryffindor, and wore a strange look: half truculent, half intrigued.

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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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unspecified meaning
  • Convinced as he was of his total solitude, this did not concern him, but it did intrigue him slightly.

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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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