intrigued

adjective in·trigued \ in-ˈtrēgd \
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of intrigued

: having one's interest, desire, or curiosity strongly aroused
  • Cricket was intrigued, but I decided it wasn't good enough for her, and we moved to the sprawling Marriott resort, a complex of pretty lawns and pools with swim-up bars on the Chao Phraya river.
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  • And all the time she laughed, he watched, a smile quirking the corners of his mouth, as though he were both intrigued and delighted that he had done this, that he had made her laugh so suddenly and uncontrollably.
  • —Rachel Joyce

First Known Use of intrigued

1908



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