Thesaurus / exciting
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After an hour or so this ceased to be exciting and he abandoned his loophole.
WANG THE NINTHPUTNAM WEALE
As fruits of a crowded and exciting summer Champlain could point to a group of three two-storeyed buildings.
THE FOUNDER OF NEW FRANCE: A CHRONICLE OF CHAMPLAINCHARLES W. COLBY
The exciting causes of the feeling of discomfort, for example, are always absurdly magnified.
He determined to quit Paris, where the life was far too exciting for his nerves, and to regain the quietude of Normandy.
Then commenced the most exciting struggle for mastery between brute and man that the boys had ever seen.
BERT WILSON IN THE ROCKIESJ. W. DUFFIELD
The stepping down had been exciting, but the first firm footfall on our new terra firma was more exciting still.
A PLUCKY GIRLL. T. MEADE
An exciting moment in the fighting for the summit ridge of the battlefield in August, 1916.
THE WESTERN FRONTMUIRHEAD BONE
In 1894 there was an exciting contest over removing the location of the permanent capital and some fear that Helena would lose it.
"It's an exciting game," Mavick continued, after a moment's pause.
THE GOLDEN HOUSECHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
On no other theory are we able to explain the effects, or absence of effect, from the exciting causes of disease.
INSANITYHENRY PUTNAM STEARNS
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