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Definition of "intrigued" []

  • To make interested or curious (verb)
  • To make secret plots or employ underhand methods; conspire (verb)
  • To carry on a clandestine love affair (verb)
  • The act or an instance of secret plotting, etc (noun)
  • A clandestine love affair (noun)
  • The quality of arousing interest or curiosity; beguilement (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of intrigue. (verb)

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Use "intrigued" in a sentence
  • "If you are reading this blog, it's because the title intrigued you or the concept of meaningful work got your attention."
  • "The title intrigued me enough to pick it up, and the quotes about it cinched the deal for me."
  • "The title intrigued me I was expecting to read an article about, well anything but that."
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