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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfascinatingfas‧ci‧nat‧ing /ˈfæsəneɪtɪŋ/ ●●○ S3 adjective  INTERESTINGextremely interesting a fascinating book That sounds absolutely fascinating.find somebody/something fascinating I found him quite fascinating.see thesaurus at interestingfascinatingly adverb
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fascinatingWe went round Chesmore Zoo the other day and found it fascinating.It was easy to understand why Denise found Chris so fascinating.Alice Thornton's autobiography provides a fascinating account of family life in seventeenth-century England.The student should look out for them and make a mental note of their fascinating and beautiful effect.Nathan Bryce was the most handsome, fascinating, and ruthless man she had ever met.The farmhouse is a welcoming, fascinating building in which past and present happily coexist.On the other hand, it was certainly a fascinating building.London is one of the most exciting and fascinating cities in the world.The afternoon is then yours to explore this fascinating city.Singapore's exotic mix of cultures - mostly Chinese, Indian, and Malay - makes it a fascinating holiday destination.Even so, when applied to yesterday's polls the program yields fascinating - not to say hair-raising - results.It was a fascinating painting, with clever use of colour and light.The Scottish Craft Centre has a fascinating range of pottery, jewellery and textiles for sale.Nevertheless, this remains a fascinating recital.The programme focuses on the fascinating story of Mary Shelley, the woman who, at just 18, wrote the horror masterpiece Frankenstein.It's fascinating to imagine what might have happened if the US had stayed out of World War II.More important, she found it fascinating to put Monsieur de Levantiére's advice into practice.a fascinating woman
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