Synonyms and Antonyms : Catching
( Adjective )
The eye-catching color of the dress he wore got the attention of all the people present in the function.
Riana’s charming face, shinning like moon, left speechless everybody present on the occasion.
The priest was preaching sermons in an attractive and appealing manner. The people listened to him in pin drop silence.
The enchanting personality of the class teacher made the student attentive in the classroom.
His resistance entirely gave way to her captivating figure and moonlit eyes.
Maduri’s strong appeal for help won Deepak’s heart. He sacrificed himself to save her.
Ravi found himself caught up by the fascinating and sensuous movements of her body.
The weather has become unpleasant with the onset of high temperature.
The pig is an ugly creature to look at.
Magma is very intelligent but her outward facile is rather unattractive.
Everybody condemned him for the odious crime he committed.
The situation was loathsome, so he felt irritated.
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