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captivating

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcaptivatingcap‧ti‧vat‧ing /ˈkæptəveɪtɪŋ/ adjective  ATTRACTvery attractive and interesting, in a way that holds your attention a captivating smile
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captivatingSome years ago, as a student of aromatherapy at my first workshop, I encountered the captivating aroma of sandalwood.Somewhere inside a piano was being played, not very well but with a captivating enthusiasm.That vanity about captivating girls with my account of the wild flower is long past.The completely captivating moment when all worldly concerns evaporate.She was more captivating than ever.
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