Examples of entertaining in a Sentence
a list of entertaining things to do on a snow day
Recent Examples of entertaining from the Web
Win or lose, LSU more often than not will be entertaining.
Sure to rank among the most entertaining accounts is Unbelievable, a just-right mixture of journalism lunacy, road warrior angst, determined reporting, and unflinching ambition by NBC News correspondent and MSNBC anchor Katy Tur.
The combination of cheer pep and classical skill makes 24-year-old Roberts’ dance performances incredibly entertaining and impressively challenging.
Listing agent Martha Adger of Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty said the two-story townhome has open spaces, is perfect for entertaining, and is in the Post Oak area, close to a number of popular dining and retail destinations.
Lucha libre is supposed to be about entertaining and people rooting for the good guys and booing the bad guys.
Justin Herbert against Arizona's Khalil Tate could be extremely entertaining in two weeks.
Stephen King is a remarkable writer, someone who is obviously entertaining and an incredible plotter, but line by line one of the best American writers working.
But the most entertaining part was listening to the stories of my fishing guide, who’d taken me down into the Panama Canal.
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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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