Intriguing - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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intrigue someone with someone or something
to fascinate someone with someone or something. Walter intrigued the baby with his keys and funny faces. The king intrigued the guests with a seductive dancer who had trained in the Far East.
intrigue (with someone) (against someone)
to conspire with someone against someone. You are guilty of intriguing with an enemy against the government. I did not intrigue against anyone.
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