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spellbinding

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspellbindingspell‧bind‧ing /ˈspelbaɪndɪŋ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 INTERESTINGextremely interesting and holding your attention completely syn riveting 🔊 a spellbinding talesee thesaurus at interesting
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spellbindingStrachan was at the hub of a spellbinding 4-1 triumph that underlined his inspirational effect on Leeds' push for the title.You'll especially enjoy the movie's spellbinding ending.At its heart is a slow movement of great intensity and spellbinding simplicity, magically performed.What she reveals in this novel is a spellbinding tale of her life in China.One of the President's most spellbinding TV performances came on 27 July.
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