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Spell check of captivating

Correct spelling: captivating

Synonyms:
magnetic, eye-catching, winning, enticing, alluring, glamorous, inviting, enchanting, absorbing, dragging, appealing, adorable, enrapturing, stunning, engaging, attracting, seductive, charismatic, luring, attractive, elfin, pulling, beguiling, engrossing, riveting, magnetizing, delightful, lovely, charming, nice-looking, gripping, entrancing, fascinating, seducing, desirable, fetching, knockout, enthralling, bewitching, drawing.

Antonyms:
invidious, abhorrent, noisome, dull, loathsome, horrid, sickening, horrendous, abominable, appalling, irksome, tedious, repugnant, awful, repelling, unattractive, monotonous, distasteful, shocking, tiresome, pedestrian, flat, offensive, drab, jading, repellent, hideous, repulsive, revolting, boring, odious, wearisome, obnoxious, horrible, leaden, ponderous, nauseating, dreary, humdrum.

Examples of usage:

1) The kindness of the common people and their pleasant manners are most captivating, being characterized by quiet self- possession and thoughtfulness for a stranger's well- being. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) That imaginative thread that runs through the woof of Irish nature in every rank and condition of life- more conspicuous, probably, in the very humblest- imparted an intense pleasure to hearing and listening to her; and she, on her side, roused and stimulated by the adventurous character of the incident, the strange wild spot, the simple people, their isolation and their innocence, spoke with a warmth and an enthusiasm that were perfectly captivating. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) Few men can present statistics in an interesting and captivating manner. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

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