Examples of entertaining in a Sentence
a list of entertaining things to do on a snow day
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In the frenzied world of college basketball, a sport teeming with rabid tantrum throwers, for foot-stomping, fandango-dancing pyrotechnics, no coach was quite as entertaining as the man the players called Daddy Mass.
The MTV VMAs red carpet is nothing if not entertaining.
Harrison's creative and entertaining workout videos, from tossing a medicine ball over a volleyball net and one-handed barbell shoulder presses, inspire and educate Miller.
The Honors are young for an American Institution, but still far more entertaining than the Office of Weights and Measures.
Nothing is more entertaining than when the pocket breaks down and Mahomes starts scrambling around and playing backyard football.
Barack Obama had little respect for Congress or interest in the normal forms of friendly persuasion that involve entertaining and back-scratching.
The two-story, 4,000-square-foot home in Colorado boasts space for entertaining and is energy-efficient as well.
The cinematic production of Mozart’s final opera, the pipe-dream of Komische Oper Berlin and the British theater company 1927, is vastly entertaining and a technical triumph.
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First Known Use of entertaining
Synonymsamusing, delightful, diverting, enjoyable, fun, pleasurable
Antonymsboring, drab, dreary, dull, flat, heavy, humdrum, jading, leaden, monotonous, pedestrian, pleasureless, ponderous, stodgy, stuffy, tedious, tiresome, tiring, uninteresting, wearisome, weary, wearying
Related Wordsagreeable, beguiling, nice, pleasant, satisfying, welcome; recreational; antic, comic, comical, droll, farcical, funny, hilarious, humorous, laughable, ludicrous, ridiculous, riotous, risible, sidesplitting, uproarious; blithesome, gay, gleeful, happy, jocose, jocund, jolly, jovial, merry, mirthful, sunny; exciting, stimulating, thrilling
Near Antonymsdisagreeable, displeasing, distasteful, uncongenial, unlovely, unpleasant, unpleasing, unwelcome
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