Prepositions after "captivate"

captivate by, for, with, from or in?

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In 83% of cases captivate by is used

I found your blog and was immediatly captivated by it.

We're a nation captivated by the sight of our own aprons.

It should go without saying, I was captivated by the food.

It is largely undesirable, but I am nonetheless captivated by such a majestic howl.

How strange to be captivated by men wearing the colours of land and sea boundaries.

It's so not fair but instead of being envious you find yourself just being captivated by her.

But somehow I've been captivated by this glorious instrument and learning music has opened up a whole new world to me.

But the past few months I have been captivated by the TV show MadMen, and luckily I can now stream the first several seasons.

I found myself becoming more and more captivated by the beguiling rendering of proceedings, the longer I stayed and listened.

As a person I was captivated by his amazing comeback from cancer, loved his immense confidence and wildly celebrated his ongoing success.

In 7% of cases captivate for is used

Beautiful graphics and addictive gameplay will keep you captivated for hours.

In 4% of cases captivate with is used

These tactics were invented by people just very similar to you personally and me who were captivated with setting up a distinction.

In 2% of cases captivate in is used

Imagine if that excitement were captivated in learning projects and learning games that will benefit them later.

In 2% of cases captivate upon is used

Cants as swell as fiscal origination get captivated upon the danger of no faith stay loans in organization to amount their loan supplying utility.

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