intriguing

[ verb in-treeg; noun in-treeg, in-treeg ]SEE DEFINITION OF intriguing

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He is certainly an intriguing wretch, and full of inventions.

Ramiro was to them the man that hired them; with his intriguing they had no concern.

They have been intriguing for years—and nothing has happened.

He was still extremely outspoken in his dislike of "intriguing fellows."

I never saw this D'Hubert—a sort of intriguing dandy, I am told.

He was intriguing in Havana—but how could we unmask him there?

The Wells are a mere pretext for gaming, intriguing, and fortune-hunting.

He still manifested an outspoken dislike for "intriguing fellows."

I never saw this D'Hubert—a sort of intriguing dandy, I understand.

But the smile was intriguing: I should think particularly so to women.

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