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1  There was a horrible fascination in them all.
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2  But inferior poets are absolutely fascinating.
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3  The fascination that she had exercised over him would return.
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4  There was something fascinating in this son of love and death.
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5  It sounds a fascinating theory, she murmured, as she swept out of the room.
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6  There was something in his low languid voice that was absolutely fascinating.
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7  One's own soul, and the passions of one's friends--those were the fascinating things in life.
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8  They flaunt their conjugal felicity in one's face, as if it were the most fascinating of sins.
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9  To him, as to many others, Dorian Gray was the type of everything that is wonderful and fascinating in life.
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10  Society--civilized society, at least--is never very ready to believe anything to the detriment of those who are both rich and fascinating.
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11  The fuming censers that the grave boys, in their lace and scarlet, tossed into the air like great gilt flowers had their subtle fascination for him.
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12  Choice is taken from them, and conscience is either killed, or, if it lives at all, lives but to give rebellion its fascination and disobedience its charm.
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13  I knew that I had come face to face with some one whose mere personality was so fascinating that, if I allowed it to do so, it would absorb my whole nature, my whole soul, my very art itself.
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14  Fashion, by which what is really fantastic becomes for a moment universal, and dandyism, which, in its own way, is an attempt to assert the absolute modernity of beauty, had, of course, their fascination for him.
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15  There were sins whose fascination was more in the memory than in the doing of them, strange triumphs that gratified the pride more than the passions, and gave to the intellect a quickened sense of joy, greater than any joy they brought, or could ever bring, to the senses.
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16  Well, after a few days the thing left my studio, and as soon as I had got rid of the intolerable fascination of its presence, it seemed to me that I had been foolish in imagining that I had seen anything in it, more than that you were extremely good-looking and that I could paint.
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17  On his return he would sit in front of the picture, sometimes loathing it and himself, but filled, at other times, with that pride of individualism that is half the fascination of sin, and smiling with secret pleasure at the misshapen shadow that had to bear the burden that should have been his own.
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