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[fˈasɪnˌe͡ɪt], [fˈasɪnˌe‍ɪt], [f_ˈa_s_ɪ_n_ˌeɪ_t]

Synonyms for Fascinate:

wonder (verb)

astonish, astound, bewilder, engross, gape, gawk, marvel, stare, wonder.

Other synonyms and related words:

absorb, absorb the attention, absorbing, adorable, affect, affect the interest, air, allay, allure, alluring, amaze, amiable, amuse, animate, appeal, appeal to, appealing, appropriate, arouse, arrest, attach, attract, attraction, attractive, bait, be attractive to, be confused, be crazy about, be infatuated with, bear a grudge, beautiful, becharm, bedazzle, bedevil, beguile, beguiling, bemuse, bewilderment, bewitch, bewitching, bind, busy, cajole, call up spirits, captivate, captivating, captivation, capture, carry away, cast a nativity, cast a spell, catch, catch on, catch up, catch up with, chaos, charm, charming, cheer, coax, commotion, compel, concern, conciliate, confound, confused, confusion, conjure, connive, conquer, contract, control, coquettish, crazy about, daze, dazzle, deceit, deceive, deception, decoy, delectate, delight, delightful, delusion, demon, devotee, disarm, disarray, dishy, distract, ditty, divert, draw, draw on, dumfound, dumfounder, elate, electrify, empale, enamor, enamour, enchain, enchant, enchanting, enchantment, endear, engage, engage the affections, engage the attention, engage the mind, engage the thoughts, engaging, engross the mind, engross the thoughts, engrossing, enliven, enrapture, enravish, enslave, ensnare, ensorcel, ensorcell, entertain, enthral, enthral orenthrall, enthrall, enthralling, enthuse, enthusiast, entice, entrance, entrancing, enwrap, excite, excite interest, excite love, exercise, exhilarate, exorcise, fascinating, fascinatingly, fascination, fetch, fetching, fiend, fire, fix, flabbergast, flush, freak out, freeze, gain the affections, gain the heart, galvanize, get, get hold of, get on, give a thrill, give pleasure, gladden, glamour, grab, grab your attention, grapple, gratify, grip, grippingly, hallucination, hex, hitch, hold, hold in thrall, hold on, hold spellbound, hold the interest, hoodoo, hoodwink, hypnotise, hypnotize, illusion, immerse, immobilize, impale, imparadise, impress, incantation, incite, indistinct, indulge, infatuate, infatuation, infect, inflame with love, influence, ingratiate, inspire, inspirit, interest, inthrall, intoxicate, intrigue, inveigle, invigorate, invite, involve, involve in, involve the interest, jinx, juggle, kindle, knock dead, lay hold of, like, lovely, lure, magnetise, magnetize, make cheerful, make one stare, maze, melody, mesmerise, mesmerize, monopolize, motivate, obsess, occupy, occupy the attention, overcome by, overhear, overjoy, overpersuade, overpower, overtake, overwhelm, petrify, pique, please, practice sorcery, preoccupy, provoke, pull, puzzlement, quicken, ravish, regale, rejoice, rivet, rub the lamp, rub the ring, satisfy, scheme, secure the love, seduce, see, seize, send, serve oneself, set up, slay, song, spell, spellbind, spellbinding, spike, stagger, start burning, startle, stimulate, stir, strain, strike, strike dumb, strike with awe, strike with wonder, stun, stupefy, subdue, surprise, sway, taboo, take, take hold of, take one's breath away, take over, take-in, tantalise, tantalize, tease, tempt, tempting, thrill, tickle, tickle pink, titillate, touch, trance, transfix, transport, trick, trip up, tune, turn one's head, turn the head, vague, vamp, view, voodoo, watch, wave a wand, welcome, wheedle, wile, win, win the affections, win the heart, witch, witchcraft, witchery, wow.

Rhymes for Fascinate:

  1. assassinate;

Quotes for Fascinate:

  1. I could stand out front and sing Eagles songs that I sing in my set, but I think people enjoy watching me sing and play the drums. It seems to fascinate people. I don't know why. Don Henley.
  2. Sometimes I'll turn the channel and there's the movie and I can honestly say that those last few minutes always fascinate me. It's one of the rare instances when image, music, and drama work effectively. Madeleine Stowe.
  3. Politicians fascinate because they constitute such a paradox; they are an elite that accomplishes mediocrity for the public good. George Will.