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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintriguedin‧trigued /ɪnˈtriːɡd/ adjective  very interested in something because it seems strange or mysteriousintrigued by/with He was intrigued by her reaction.intrigued to know/learn etc She was intrigued to know what he planned to do next.
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intrigued"Stop me if I'm boring you." "No, please carry on - I'm intrigued!"Diana was intrigued by Sue's cryptic message on the answerphone.Scientists became intrigued by the rock, which appeared to have come from outer space.I was intrigued to find that she spoke Aramaic.intrigued to know/learn etcHis 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 missing teeth.
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