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captivating

[ kap-tuh-vey-ting ]
/ ˈkæp təˌveɪ tɪŋ /
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adjective
attracting and holding the attention or interest, as by beauty or excellence; enchanting The newly fallen snow turns our real-life world of brown grass and gray skies into a captivating fairyland.
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OTHER WORDS FROM captivating

cap·ti·vat·ing·ly, adverbun·cap·ti·vat·ing, adjective
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