It was hard to look at his face without being fascinated by the color of his eyes.
She watched, fascinated, as the storm crept closer.
I've always been fascinated with them.
She stared, fascinated as they bounced off the open windowsill and one fell into the sink.
Holding out her arm, she was fascinated to see the rain arc to avoid it.
Xander was instantly fascinated by the sensation of downy fur and cotton spun so finely, it was like silk.
He held up a hand, fascinated to see through it to the car parked in front of him.
Fascinated by the texture of his palm, she took and held his hand up until she was able to see the roughness of his calloused palm.
Claudia is fascinated with the antebellum and Civil War historic periods of the United States.
Rhyn watched, even more fascinated when the healer hesitated suddenly and withdrew.
Everyone was fascinated by something so exotic compared to their standards.
While waiting execution he was summoned into the presence of the empress regent, Eudocia Macrembolitissa, whom he so fascinated that she granted him a free pardon and shortly afterwards married him.
Fascinated by the cool, smooth texture of its shell, she bumped into the counter.
The sky fascinated Dean.
Toby was awake and sitting, fascinated by Lankha.s soft hands.
In 1793 Louise met at Frankfort the crown prince of Prussia, afterwards King Frederick William III., who was so fascinated by her beauty, and by the nobleness of her character, that he asked her to become his wife.
He was married first of all to a daughter of Aretas, the Arabian king; but, making the acquaintance of Herodias, the wife of his brother Philip (not the tetrarch), during a visit to Rome, he was fascinated by her and arranged to marry her.
He displaced Berengar, and was so fascinated by Queen Adelaide that within a few weeks he was married to her at Pavia.
At a later period his style fascinated Christian writers, notably Lactantius, the " Christian Cicero," Jerome and S.
He charmed men by his sweet singing of Psalms, and children were always fascinated by him.
Of Russia, fascinated by Napoleons genius and bribed Tilsit.
In August 1669 he reappeared at Astrakhan, and accepted a fresh offer of pardon from the tsar there; the common people were fascinated by his adventures.
His body was covered with faded scars that fascinated her, made her want to trace the lengths of them with her fingers then her tongue.
He was fascinated especially by Neoplatonism, and this fascination never left him.
I am fascinated by credit cards and the fact that the entire free enterprise system relies on the honesty of almost all people.
Talia smiled back then tried hard to grip the pendant, fascinated by its shininess.
My theme fascinated me, and I was haunted with wilderness images day and night."
Well, he has told me on more than one occasion that he was fascinated with your innocence.
The words themselves fascinated me; but I took no conscious account of what I read.
He paid it no heed, instead fascinated by the feel of her frame.
Katie stared at the necklace, horrified by the idea of looking at a soul and fascinated by the fact they looked like emeralds. Gabe turned away and started through the forest again.
The district in dispute was the site of the fabled Lake of Parima and the Golden City of Manoa, the search for which in the early days of European settlement attracted so many adventurous expeditions, and which fascinated the imagination of Raleigh and drew him to his doom.
The naturalness of his acting fascinated those who, like Partridge in Tom Jones, listened to nature's voice, and justified the preference of more conscious critics.
The mound builders, Pueblo tribes, middle Americans and Peruvians, were potters of many schools; gorgeous colour fascinated the Amazonians, the Patagonians delighted in skins, and even the Fuegians saw beauty in the pretty snail shells of their desolate island shores.
Here he remained for nine months, fascinated (if the story be true) by Cleopatra, and almost lost his life in an emeute.
The handsome and accomplished youth, whose doings were eagerly reported by the English ambassador at Florence and by the spy, John Walton, at Rome, was now introduced by his father and the pope to the highest Italian society, which he fascinated by the frankness of his manner and the grace and dignity of his bearing.
He was much fascinated by the Stoic morality, and it has been noticed that the Tusculan Disputations and de Officiis are largely Stoic in tone.
As irritated as he was with Darkyn's words, he was also fascinated by the idea the demon lord who prided himself on preying on the vulnerabilities of others was capable of being offended.
Humanism implied the rejection of those visions of a future and imagined state of souls as the only absolute reality, which had fascinated the imagination of the middle ages.
Yet we find in the writings of Ghiberti and Alberti, we notice in the masterpieces of these men and their compeers Brunelleschi and Donatello, how even in the 15th century the minds of artists were fascinated by what survived of classic grace and science.
I admire your joie de vivre and am always fascinated by your perspective on life.
The breakers would swoop back to gather themselves for a mightier leap, and I clung to the rock, tense, fascinated, as I felt the dash and roar of the rushing sea!
The common soldiers, on the other hand, were fascinated by his personal prowess and his camaraderie.
The array of vegetables at the flea marketfascinatedWren.
Bona's grace and beauty speedily fascinated Sigismund, and contemporary satirists ridiculed him for playing the part of Jove to her Juno.
Wynn watched their exchange, fascinated by the idea of seeing two bloodthirsty deities try to outwit one another.
Not only so, but the physician, thus fascinated by "types," and impressed by the silent monumentsof the pathological museum, was led to localize disease too much, to isolate the acts of nature, and to forget not only the continuity of the phases which lead up to the exemplary forms, or link them together, but to forget also that even between the types themselves relations of affinity must exist - and these oftentimes none the less intimate for apparent diversities of form, for types of widely different form may be, and indeed often are, more closely allied than types which have more superficial resemblance - and to forget, moreover, how largely negative is the process of abstraction by which types are imagined.