Pronunciation of Fascinated
/fˈasɪnˌe͡ɪtɪd/, /fˈasɪnˌeɪtɪd/, /f_ˈa_s_ɪ_n_ˌeɪ_t_ɪ_d/
Synonyms for fascinated:
manic, omnivorous, put down, febrile, pumped-up, weak-kneed, pulsating, breathless, fixated, juiced, enthralled, elated, delirious, exuberant, wired, thrilled, fired up, feverish, amped, wrought-up, stoked, doting, crazy about, hyped up, delighted, giddy, Switched, expectant, exultant, biased, keyed up, amused, overexcited, fevered, enthusiastic, dizzy, anticipatory, exhilarated, excited, psyched.
Other synonyms and related words:
Intrigued, enthralled, charmed, bewitched, amused, expectant, weak-kneed, captive, enamored, mesmerized, enthusiastic, alight, juiced, exultant, elated, delirious, fixated, exuberant, overexcited, hypnotized, pulsating, delighted, crazy about, enchanted, infatuated, hypnotised, impressed, biased, spellbound, thrilled, excited, anticipatory, breathless, dizzy, doting, feverish, Switched, wired, transfixed, mesmerised, wrought-up, psyched.
concerned, heedful, sharp, regardful, mindful, Immersed, intent, Scrutinizing, diligent, observing, observant, responsible, rapt, Hearkening, interested, absorbed, cautious, alert, entranced, watchful, Considering, careful, enraptured, vigilant, attentive, engrossed, Concentrating.
captivated, spellbound (adjective)
Sense 1 (noun)
Wondered, stared, Gaped, gawked, Marveled.
Usage examples for fascinated:
- " Yes," I said, fascinated. - "The Maids of Paradise", Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers.
- He was hopelessly, helplessly, fascinated by the woman in front of him. - "The Northern Iron 1907", George A. Birmingham.
- I can see that he is both fascinated by you and afraid of you- poor fellow! - "Without a Home", E. P. Roe.