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intrigue
used in Sycamore Row

5 uses
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1  —4 uses as in:
she was intrigued
Definition
cause to be interested, curious, or fascinated
  • He relayed the conversation to Portia and Harry Rex, who, though intrigued by it, had other matters at hand.
    p. 507.9
  • She was intrigued to meet Sallie, a woman seldom seen around town but well known nonetheless.
    p. 357.8
  • Jury trials are rare for me, and seldom am I dealt facts as intriguing as those presented here.
    p. 365.1
  • But she had never left the country and was mildly intrigued by the notion of seeing a bit of the world, even though she knew a compromise would be involved.
    p. 396.1

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  • Ramona asked, her eyes remarkably clear now and glowing with intrigue and suspicion.
    p. 47.1

There are no more uses of "intrigue" in Sycamore Row.

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