Examples of appealing in a Sentence
a book with an appealing title
the idea of living on Mars is appealing to space enthusiasts
Recent Examples of appealing from the Web
This could stem from a neglect of older housing, or, as my colleague Feargus O’Sullivan points out, an attempt to make buildings more appealing to private tenants while ignoring structural deficiencies.
Because of a long pit lane, a green-flag pit stop costs more than 30 seconds, though, which makes the four-stop option less appealing, drivers said.
The bridges are one of the most appealing things about this trail, along with occasional great views on a clear day of Mount Baker, a mere 8 miles to the northwest.
Customers find the menu, which offers traditional American food, very appealing.
This year Labour certainly ran a more social media savvy campaign and made promises to cut tuition fees that would be appealing to British students.
The food is so elemental, so appealing, so vibrant and fresh.
DRINKS The appealing cocktail list offers both refined classics (try the Boulevardier) and creative riffs, several infused with the smoky punch of mezcal.
The Victorian inn, built by Sam Brannan in 1862, was in sharp contrast to the modern minimalism of Solage, but no less appealing.
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APPEALING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of appealing for English Language Learners
: having qualities that people like : pleasing or attractive
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