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fascinate

verb allure, appeal to, attract, beguile, bewitch, captivate, capture, charm, coax, compel, delight, enamor, enchant, engage, engross, enrapture, enthrall, grab, grip, hold attraction for, hold interest, hold spelllound, hypnotize, infatuate, influence, interest, intoxicate, invite, kindle, mesmerize, overpower, overwhelm, pique, please, provoke, seize, stimulate, stir, transfix, win over
See also: engage, engross, immerse, interest, occupy
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I can rummage around and lay my hands on a wedding outfit that will do prettily but it came with a fascinator which is too small for Her Majesty's Couture Enforcer and would surely lead to badge relief, and so I'm currently boring friends with questions about where to find a good and relatively inexpensive milliner.
Hats and fascinators are accessories so make sure you are wearing it rather than it is wearing you.
And for those who really don't want to wear a hat, fascinators are still very fashionable.
COLOURFUL: Clare Bowles has a fascinator for every occasion to go with any outfit
With its first outing outside Newcastle, The Fascinator Lounge promises to deliver its own unique brand of mischievous flirty naughtiness, together with a smidgen of tassels to surprise and delight audiences.
A range of fascinators are now stocked at Chintz hair salon in Middlesbrough, starting at pounds 20.
If you're young, you may prefer a pretty feathered fascinator or comb to a full-on hat.
But she chose the occasion to publicly remember Linda McCartney, who died in 1998 from breast cancer, by wearing the fascinator which featured a veil and two brooches sewn into the piece by milliner to the royals Philip Treacy.