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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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Ruth fascinator, | PS45, from Coast "And they're are not just for more mature ladies as many women sometimes think - there really is a good range for everyone out there.
Rachel's obsession with fascinators began last month when she wore her rst one at a family gathering.
5 If you have fine hair, a fascinator with a band (rather than a clip) will be more secure.
Ladies' days shopping trip: fascinators and fancy hats on display at Meadowhall
Quick and easy: Floral prints are a hot choice and an easy option for a streamlined look: Choose a colour from your dress you want to highlight and go for a fascinator in the same shade.
In the royal enclosure, fascinators - which are often favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge - are no longer deemed acceptable.
The new rules state that in the royal enclosure, fascinators - which are often favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge - are no longer deemed acceptable.
Hats were handed out for a pounds 50 deposit, while fascinators were distributed free from wicker baskets.
In the grandstand, a hat or fascinator will be compulsory for women.
From malls to boutiques and department stores, chances are hats, hair bands and fascinators of every shape and size, from the oddball to the classic, will haunt you.
The 30-year-old Duchess also received a range of headgear on her travels, including a blue hat from a Canadian minister and two fascinators, one made of tartan and the other of peacock feathers, the Telegraph reported.
Summary: The royal family turned heads in a host of elaborate hats and fascinators at the 2011 Epsom Derby.