intrigue

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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.
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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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Aficionados of popular science with some background of training or reading will be intrigued by Parker's book.
Intrigued, Eisenbach and his colleagues designed a chamber mimicking a fallopian tube.
At first the dangerous kineticism of Body's rolling, sliding, and leaping dancers intrigued once again, particularly in some elegant trio and unison sections.
As a passive observer of Rose's life, Jess is intrigued by the tragic mystery.
The concept of infinity had long intrigued Escher, and he had sought to capture this elusive notion in visual images.
Libraries whose patrons, whether Indian or non-Indian, are intrigued with the history and culture of Native America will want to have this superbly written book on their shelves.