Captivate

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Emotional AppealPlay
Captivate often suggests a deep emotional effect that makes one forget about everything else. SlideThe magician's performance captivated the children, leaving them in awe.
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Positive ConnotationPlay
Captivate usually carries a positive tone, indicating something truly enjoyable or impressive. SlideThe novel's plot captivated readers with its unexpected twists.
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Strong InterestPlay
Use 'captivate' to suggest a strong interest that goes beyond casual attention. SlideHis storytelling captivated the audience, leaving them wanting more.