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appealing

adjective ap·peal·ing \ə-ˈpē-liŋ\

: having qualities that people like : pleasing or attractive

Full Definition of APPEALING

1
:  marked by earnest entreaty :  imploring
2
:  having appeal :  pleasing <an appealing design>
ap·peal·ing·ly \-liŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of APPEALING

  1. a book with an appealing title
  2. <the idea of living on Mars is appealing to space enthusiasts>

First Known Use of APPEALING

1813

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