verb (used with object), in·trigued, in·tri·guing.
verb (used without object), in·trigued, in·tri·guing.
Origin of intrigue
Examples from the Web for intrigue
On another, more macro level, did you find Europe to be such a cesspool of intrigue?How The Cold War Endgame Played Out In The Rubble Of The Berlin Wall|William O’Connor|November 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
India really does intrigue against Pakistan in the same way Pakistan plots against India.Why So Many Pakistanis Hate Their Nobel Peace Prize Winner|Chris Allbritton|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The extra layer of intrigue alluded to in that statement is that the WWE itself is an international brand.Putin Vs. Obama—In Spandex: Wrestling’s New Cold War|Tim Teeman|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt This story has it all: love, betrayal, secrecy, and intrigue.Real-Life Couples on Screen: Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, Brangelina, and More|Amy Zimmerman|May 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For locals in Buenos Aires (called Porteños), the intrigue of the infamous green spirit dates back over a hundred years.
Eventually he was thrust from his high position by an intrigue set on foot by German courtiers and backed by foreign influence.Memoirs of Leonora Christina|Leonora Christina Ulfeldt
Gorgias belike had an intrigue with the maid, and his wife was jealous.Plutarch's Morals|Plutarch
They divined the truth; the intrigue was noised abroad, and the rumour at last got round to Fulbert.The Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 2 (of 10)|Alexander Pope
There comes in here, according to the received accounts, a little passage of Indian intrigue and gallantry.
The masters of Europe, who have learned their trade in long years of intrigue, diplomacy and war, feel no such repugnance.The American Empire|Scott Nearing