interestingness[ in-ter-uh-sting, -truh-sting, -tuh-res-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF interestingness
Synonyms for interestingness
- inquiring mind
- mental acquisitiveness
- thirst for knowledge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERESTINGNESS
He has gained in practicality, but has lost in the quality of interestingness.
Illustrate concretely the force of each of the factors of interestingness.
I don't seem to mind so much whether they're good or naughty—with me it's their interestingness that comes first.
He worked hard and he worked cleverly, and as the cities grew in beauty and interestingness he loved them more and more.
And, finally, as a key to interest, a teacher needs to know what the "factors of interestingness" are.
All literature is the expression of feeling, of passion, of emotion, caused by a sensation of the interestingness of life.