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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfascinatedfas‧ci‧nat‧ed /ˈfæsɪneɪtɪd/ ●●○ adjective [not before noun]  INTERESTEDextremely interested by something or someone I was fascinated by her voice.fascinated to see/hear/learn etc Ed was fascinated to see gorillas in the wild.
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fascinatedAs the pace began to quicken and the complicated threads of the chant began to rise Rincewind found himself watching fascinated.Meg watched, fascinated and horrified, as he probed inside the animal, the blood dark on his fingers.She watched, fascinated, as the bird came closer until she could almost touch it.They stood in fascinated awe as the immense panelled surface slid past.Tess listened like a fascinated bird.I was fascinated by her stories of her childhood in Africa.Pupils can become fascinated by mathematical contradictions and absurdities and are motivated by mathematical activity itself.In general, owners seem fascinated by the number of stitches their pets have after surgery.She glanced round: only the Doctor had avoided displaying an expression of fascinated disgust.My interest - my fascinated, horrified interest - was centred on a great bench to one side of the room.The more I heard about him, the more fascinated I became.He was fascinated to discover that they had both been born in the same town on the same day.fascinated to see/hear/learn etcTom said he is fascinated to learn that her perky personality seemed unchanged in the spirit world.Having thought about Drew Benedict rather too much in the last fortnight, Daisy was fascinated to see what Sukey was like.
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