captivate

Captivate vs Intoxicate - What's the difference?

captivate | intoxicate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between captivate and intoxicate

is that captivate is (obsolete) to take prisoner; to capture; to subdue while intoxicate is (obsolete) overexcited, as with joy or grief.

As verbs the difference between captivate and intoxicate

is that captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm while intoxicate is to stupefy by doping with chemical substances such as alcohol.

As an adjective intoxicate is

(obsolete) intoxicated.

Enamor vs Captivate - What's the difference?

enamor | captivate |


As verbs the difference between enamor and captivate

is that enamor is to inflame with love; to charm; to captivate; — with of'', or ''with , before the person or thing; as, to be enamored with a lady; to be enamored of books or science while captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm.

Hypnotize vs Captivate - What's the difference?

hypnotize | captivate |


As verbs the difference between hypnotize and captivate

is that hypnotize is to induce somebody into a state of hypnosis while captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm.

Captivate vs Induce - What's the difference?

captivate | induce |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between captivate and induce

is that captivate is (obsolete) to take prisoner; to capture; to subdue while induce is (obsolete) to draw on, place upon.

As verbs the difference between captivate and induce

is that captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm while induce is to lead by persuasion or influence; incite.

Intice vs Captivate - What's the difference?

intice | captivate |


As verbs the difference between intice and captivate

is that intice is while captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm.

Absorb vs Captivate - What's the difference?

absorb | captivate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between absorb and captivate

is that absorb is (obsolete) to engulf, as in water; to swallow up while captivate is (obsolete) to take prisoner; to capture; to subdue.

As verbs the difference between absorb and captivate

is that absorb is to include so that it no longer has separate existence; to overwhelm; to cause to disappear as if by swallowing up; to incorporate; to assimilate; to take in and use up
while captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm.

Captivate vs Attraction - What's the difference?

captivate | attraction |


As a verb captivate

is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm.

As a noun attraction is

the tendency to attract.

Captivate vs Gravitate - What's the difference?

captivate | gravitate |


As verbs the difference between captivate and gravitate

is that captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm while gravitate is to move under the force of gravity.

Captivate vs Engage - What's the difference?

captivate | engage |


As verbs the difference between captivate and engage

is that captivate is to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm while engage is .

Storyline vs Captivate - What's the difference?

storyline | captivate |


As a noun storyline

is the plot of a story.

As a verb captivate is

to attract and hold interest and attention of; charm.

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