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pique (one's) interest
To cause one to become interested in or captivated by something; to arouse one's interest. All right, you've piqued my interest. What is this "ingenious" invention of yours, and how exactly will it give me back hours of my life? It's important to provide your children with a variety of experiences to see what piques their interest. Not every kid is going to want to play baseball or do ballet.
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