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Definition of "intrigues" []

  • 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)
  • Plural form of intrigue. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of intrigue. (verb)

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Use "intrigues" in a sentence
  • "As with most sites I visit, the origin of the name intrigues me and I wonder at the word, Bunachton."
  • "I click-through to maybe half of them – depending on how much the title intrigues me."
  • "Like millions of Americans, Mrs. Palin intrigues me, not given Im a huge fan or a huge skeptic, yet given"
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