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Definition of Captivating

Captivating

  1. of Captivate
  2. Having power to captivate or charm; fascinating; as, captivating smiles.

Captivating Quotations

I always enjoyed movies and in hindsight I realise how captivating they were to me.
Adam Brody

Eloquence, at its highest pitch, leaves little room for reason or reflection, but addresses itself entirely to the desires and affections, captivating the willing hearers, and subduing their understanding.
David Hume

Amy Winehouse was not a person I ever met, and I can't say that I am overly conversant in all of her music. I do have her albums, and years ago, when I first heard her sing, I thought she was extraordinary. The tone of her voice, her phrasing, her raw appearance - these qualities were extremely captivating to me.
Henry Rollins

I mean, it didn't matter to me that there were people, it didn't matter that I was shy Just the sound was so captivating that it helped me to get rid of those inhibitions.
Eric Clapton

Aviation - and space travel, in particular - have always been especially captivating.
Felix Baumgartner
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Captivating Translations

captivating in French is captivant
captivating in German is fangend
captivating in Spanish is cautivador