Examples of exciting in a Sentence
an exciting trip to Africa
an exciting account of her adventures
This isn't a very exciting book.
Recent Examples of exciting from the Web
The boom is exciting in its potential to address a longtime dearth in mental health resources and by helping bring attention to the issue more broadly.
That combined with his last words to Leia and his last words to Kylo are very exciting.
But what is exciting is that the memory of her in our program will be with us for a very long time.
Perhaps the most important (and exciting) national political development ratified in Alabama yesterday is the power of the #MeToo movement.
But even more exciting, according to Emily Riccio, is the chance to pet the stallions, and later on, even offer them sugar cubes while chatting with their trainers.
Having a threesome can be an exciting way to turn up the heat in the bedroom.
Whatever its motivations, VW’s decision to return to Pikes Peak for the first time since 1987 is exciting.
Miami, on the other hand, is exciting — an old blue blood, dormant after years of mediocrity, suddenly risen from the ashes and contending for the conference crown with the power of the turnover chain.
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First Known Use of exciting
Synonymsbreathtaking, charged, electric, electrifying, exhilarating, exhilarative, galvanic, galvanizing, hair-raising, heart-stopping, inspiring, intoxicating, kicky, mind-bending, mind-blowing, mind-boggling, rip-roaring, rousing, stimulating, stirring, thrilling
Related Wordsarresting, interesting, intriguing, provocative, tantalizing, titillating; absorbing, engrossing, gripping, riveting; moving, poignant, touching; enchanting, enthralling, fascinating, spellbinding; dynamic, energetic, high-voltage, kinetic, lively, lusty
Near Antonymsboring, mind-numbing, tedious, tiresome; dreary, dull, humdrum, monotonous, uninteresting
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