Entertain and Intrigue


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Entertain verb – To cause (someone) to pass the time agreeably occupied.
Usage example: entertain the kids while I go and prepare dinner

Intrigue and entertain are semantically related In some cases you can use "Intrigue" instead a verb "Entertain".
Nearby Words: entertainment, entertaining, entertainer, entertainingly
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Intrigue verb – To engage in a secret plan to accomplish evil or unlawful ends.
Entertain and intrigue are semantically related in arouse curiosity topic. Sometimes you can use "Entertain" instead a verb "Intrigue".
Nearby Words: intriguing, intrigued, intriguer
Synonyms for Intrigue
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