Examples of arresting in a Sentence
an arresting film about tribal traditions in Africa
at seven feet tall, he's an arresting figure in any crowd
Recent Examples of arresting from the Web
The plea deal was offered after Brown’s attorneys cited several postings involving one of the arresting officers, Sean Najm.
Palacio said the arresting officers drove his head into the ground and verbally threatened him during the incident that happened on May 2, 2014, at Independence and Cypress avenues.
The dish is the calling card of C. Ellet’s pastry chef, Jennifer Yee, who makes desserts that are not only visually arresting but purposeful — where every shape and cut serves to build an ideal bite, to create a sense of wonder and surprise.
And why, in the video of the arrests that went viral last week, is the manager not seen intervening, despite several customers taking the arresting officers to task?
And certainly for me, the most arresting stuff to watch in cinema is the more unspoken stuff.
Take one of the exhibition’s most arresting works, a gilded ceremonial shield.
In the end, though, the season’s most arresting trend might be the most obvious.
Here is a selection of the most arresting images taken around the world in the past seven days.
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