Fascinate

Fascinate is a graffiti painting at an industrial park in Bromsten, Stockholm. Fascinate was created by Circle and Tarik (Tarik Saleh), then 17 years old, in 1989 and was then the largest graffiti painting in northern Europe. It is painted on an outside wall of an industrial building and was made with consent from the property owner. Fascinate is ...
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fascinate

[v] - to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe
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Fascinate

Fas'ci┬Ěnate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fascinated , present participle & verbal noun . Fascinating ] [ Latin fascinare ; confer Greek .............................. to slander, bewitch.] 1. To influence ...
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fascinate

1. To influence in an uncontrollable manner; to operate on by some powerful or irresistible charm; to bewitch; to enchant. 'It has been almost universally believed that . . . Serpents can stupefy and fascinate the prey which they are desirous to obtain.' (Griffith (Cuvier)) ... 2. To excite and allure irresistibly or powerfully; to charm; to captiv...
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fascinate

transfix verb to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe; `The snake charmer fascinates the cobra`
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Fascinate

• (v. t.) To influence in an uncontrollable manner; to operate on by some powerful or irresistible charm; to bewitch; to enchant. • (v. t.) To excite and allure irresistibly or powerfully; to charm; to captivate, as by physical or mental charms.
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fascinate

fascinate 1. Originally, to put under a spell or to bewitch. In later use it was disconnected from the notion of witchcraft; that is, to deprive of the power of escape or resistance, as serpents are said to do through the terror produced by their look or merely by their perceived presence. 2. To attract or hold motionless, as by a fixed look or by...
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