fascinated 英[ˈfæsɪneɪtɪd] adj. 着迷的; 被深深吸引的;
v. 使着迷; 使陶醉;
例如：He became fascinated by dinosaurs. 他对恐龙研究着了迷。(恐龙是具体有形的)
例如：She became morbidly fascinated with death.她对死亡有种病态的迷恋。(死亡是抽象无形的。)
I've always been fascinated by his ideas.
He was fascinated by her physiognomy — the prominent nose, brooding eyes andthick hair.
He remained fascinated by the Aboriginals 'tales.
The smart English world was fascinated by her and she soon made her mark inlondon.
A new generation of scientists became fascinated by dinosaurs.
Brown was fascinated by people's quirks and foibles.
The audience was fascinated by their superb performance.
Sunny Smile. I Am Fascinated By Her.
I slid into a depression and became morbidly fascinated with death.
The boy has become fascinated with making model aeroplanes.
The actress's beauty and cleverness fascinated everyone.
They were fascinated to see that it was similar to one they had at home.
She fascinated him, both on and off stage.
The scenic beauty of the place entranced [ fascinated] the visitors.
Her beauty fascinated every boy.