|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (v. t.) To capture, as in one's attention or fancy; to subdue.
2. (v. t.) To acquire ascendancy over by reason of some art or attraction; to fascinate; to charm; as, Cleopatra captivated Anthony; the orator captivated all hearts.
3. (p. a.) Taken prisoner; made captive; ensnared; charmed.
Captivate (2 Occurrences)
2 Timothy 3:6 for of these there are those coming into the houses and leading captive the silly women, laden with sins, led away with desires manifold, (See NAS)
Proverbs 6:25 Don't lust after her beauty in your heart, neither let her captivate you with her eyelids. (WEB JPS NIV)