interesting

[ in-ter-uh-sting, -truh-sting, -tuh-res-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF interesting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERESTING

Really it's been interesting, the jolliest time of my life, and it's got me all unsettled.

But no one knows whither it is bound, and that is what makes life so interesting.

The interview with the Sultan was the last, and was interesting and characteristic.

I spent a good deal of time this week trying to make it interesting.

It is interesting to note the advancement that has been made with this food.

They would be interesting, beyond shadow of questioning, horribly interesting.

This Causse affords some interesting facts for evolutionists.

Some one wrote to me in trouble, ‘When you are not on your pedestal you are not interesting.’

We did everything together; that was what made it so interesting.

To turn an interesting thief into a tedious honest man was not his aim.

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