Definition Interesting

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Definition

interesting: intriguing, fascinating, absorbing, appealing
adjective

to interest: to appeal to, to fascinate, to arouse one's curiosity, to engage
verb

Examples

  • "Bruno : Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, before you decide on anything, I would like to say something that I think you'll find very interesting."
  • "Susie : Oh, that's quite interesting."
  • "Bruno : That's actually a very interesting question, Inga."
  • "Interesting, no?"
  • "Bruno : Very interesting."
  • "As you all know, we recently lost our CEO Bruno Delavigne, and shortly afterwards our interim CEO Susan Bliss, who ran off with Bruno after a very interesting wedding in London."
  • "And that's when things got really interesting."
  • "What do the English usually eat with chips to make them more interesting?"
  • "Donna : I was going to say "crazy", but "interesting" works too."
  • "Gideon : Interesting."

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