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use "fascinate" in a sentence

They are criticized, they fascinate or bother, but leave no one indifferent.

These are things I’ve never found an answer to, and that’s why they fascinate me.”

And the closely guarded, deeply religious, smiley law graduate certainly does fascinate.

Find someone who thinks the bus fare in this city is too high. fascinate

See Döbereiner's Triads Large number co-incidences continue to fascinate many mathematical physicists.

Bios are usually written to inform, not fascinate.

Decades later, these shimmering ribbons of light still fascinate.

Hamish Hamilton Ltd Lately, fairy tales have begun to fascinate me in the way they hadn't previously.

The light-filled realism of Vermeer's paintings fascinate Jenison -a s they do many more casual admirers.

As early as his sixteenth year, the history of Ancient Egypt - the discipline of Egyptology itself - began to fascinate him.

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