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captivating (adj.)

"fascinating, bewitching, having power to hold the regard or affections," 1670s, present-participle adjective from captivate (v.). Related: Captivatingly.

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Definitions of captivating

captivating (adj.)
capturing interest as if by a spell;
Roosevelt was a captivating speaker
Synonyms: bewitching / enchanting / enthralling / entrancing / fascinating
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