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
The Victorian inn, built by Sam Brannan in 1862, was in sharp contrast to the modern minimalism of Solage, but no less appealing.
With his soft-pedal delivery, appealing hesitancy and wily timing, Martin plays a Brooklyn cartoonist coping with the recent death of his mother.
The ability to be my own boss (to a certain extent), work with multiple clients and set my own schedule, was immensely appealing.
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That might be an appealing option for Republicans, who could meet the Freedom Caucus’s demand for spending reforms in the budget and demonstrate their continuing desire to erase longterm deficits.
And for prospective buyers intrigued about the opportunity to take their own next step, Dunn and Holland have a variety of appealing lists available.
And considering British Airways recently revealed that leg-room will get even tighter on its short haul flights around Europe, a hassle-free train journey without the headaches of airports and air rage sounds pretty appealing.
Her performance of the Hamelin had a little more clarity than Kociuban’s, and her interpretations overall projected an appealing sense of personality.
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Origin and Etymology of appealing
First Known Use: 1749
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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