From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintriguedin‧trigued /ɪnˈtriːɡd/ adjectivevery interested in something because it seems strange or mysteriousintrigued by/withHe was intrigued by her reaction.intrigued to know/learn etcShe was intrigued to know what he planned to do next.
Examples from the Corpus
intrigued• "Stop me if I'm boring you." "No, please carry on - I'm intrigued!"• Diana was intrigued by Sue's crypticmessage on the answerphone.• Scientists became intrigued by the rock, which appeared to have come from outerspace.• I was intrigued to find that she spokeAramaic.intrigued to know/learn etc• His classmates were all intrigued to learn about and see his ducks.• When you first meet her you're intrigued to know what happened to those missingteeth.