captivate captivate  /ˈkæp tɪ ˌveɪt/

Definition(s):

  • (v) attract; cause to be enamored

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. A relationship between wife and an old father-in-law has enough twist to create an atmosphere of mystery and captivate viewers' hearts.
  2. For other seniors, it is not the academics of high school that fail to captivate; it's the social environment.
  3. In case the play isn't enough to captivate viewers although with their mix of power and finesse, it should be there's plenty of drama to go around.

News

  1. DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co. Adds Couture Travel Experiences to Collection of Tours

    DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co. has launched their Couture line of trips, exceptional, world-class adventures that will captivate even the most experienced of travelers. (PRWeb June 30, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10866691.htm
    on June 30, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. The 7 Day Stretch

    Thurs/6/27 THE ILLUSIONARY MAGIC OF CHAZZ For over 20 years, Chazz the magician has been using imagery and illusions to captivate crowds all over the world. As an award-winning professional magician with tricks he’s positive you haven’t seen anywhere else,…
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Inland Empire Weekly

  3. Monsters University Goal Setting

    Organizational Psychology for Managers is phenomenal. Just as his talks at conferences are captivating to his audience, Steves book will captivate his readers. In my opinion, this book should be required reading in MBA programs, military leadership courses, and needs to be on the bookshelf of every Fortune 1000 VP of Human Resources. Steve Balzac is the 21 st centurys Tom [...]
    on June 25, 2013     Source: The Daily Siftings Herald

Quotes

  1. "The Super Bowl, once again, proved its ability to captivate America," Dick Ebersol, chairman of NBC Universal Sports and Olympics, said in a statement.
    on Feb 2, 2009 By: Dick Ebersol Source: Reuters Canada

  2. Wen told Bush that the game "will captivate the attention of people from all over the world."
    on Aug 10, 2008 By: Wen Jiabao Source: Seattle Times

  3. "If you made these races anywhere from 250 to 350 miles (as opposed to 500 or 600), you wouldn't have to captivate the attention span over such a long period of time," Earnhardt said. "There's a big chunk in the race that's really pointless...
    on Nov 18, 2006 By: Dale Earnhardt Jr Source: Cincinnati Post

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