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Example Sentences for "fascinate"

Hannah was fascinated by Joshua, and followed him everywhereThe children were fascinated by the film showing two lions fighting over a dead zebra.

Hannah was fascinated by Joshua, and followed him everywhere.

The little girl's eyes grew bigger and bigger as she stared at the toy robot with fascination.

Tim's boyhood fascination with the stars eventually led him to a career as an astronomer.

Children have always been fascinated with dinosaurs, especially the tyrannosaurus rex.

I have always found the marine life of tidal pools to be fascinating, and I love to walk along the beach looking under rocks.

The story of the sinking of the Titanic has fascinated people worldwide for over 80 years.

Microscopes allow us to get a glimpse of the fascinating world of micro-organisms.

Writer Brigid Brophy once said, To my mind, the two most fascinating subjects in the universe are sex and the eighteenth century.

The young student who shot three teachers at his high school was reportedly fascinated by guns and violent video games.

My fascination with languages led me into the study of linguistics.

Israel's fascinating multinational population is a mix of both East and West.

Jerome K. Jerome once joked, I like work: it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours.

With its incredible wildlife and beautiful landscapes, the African continent has long been a source of endless fascination.

Children the world over have long been fascinated by dinosaurs.

The floor of the ocean is not flat and featureless, but contains many fascinating landforms.


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