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intrigant

noun in·tri·gant \ˌin-trē-ˈgänt, ˌan-, -ˈgäⁿ\

Definition of INTRIGANT

:  one that intrigues

Variants of INTRIGANT

in·tri·gant or in·tri·guant \ˌin-trē-ˈgänt, ˌan-, -ˈgäⁿ\

Origin of INTRIGANT

French intrigant, from Italian intrigante, present participle of intrigare
First Known Use: 1781

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