intriguing: fascinating, interesting, curious adjective
David found the puzzle intriguing.
I am intrigued to know how he became president; he is so stupid!
to be intrigued: to be curious, to be interested, to be fascinated idiom

UK: That's a very intriguing story, young man.
US: Yes, I'm sure you're intrigued.
  • "A sample from the week of August 12th is particularly intriguing"
  • "His intriguing proposal was what convinced me to accept this offer."
  • "We're very intrigued by the results."
  • "Kevin : The figures you quoted in your emails are very intriguing, Mrs Lee."
  • "Donna : Mr. Cheeter, I found that test to be very intriguing."
  • "Esmeralda : Intrigued monkey noise"
  • "Kevin : The figures you quoted in your emails are very intriguing, Mrs. Lee."

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