Examples of exciting in a Sentence
an exciting trip to Africa
an exciting account of her adventures
This isn't a very exciting book.
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Explore the blueprint room to relive some of the show’s most exciting moments, test your hypothesis in the workshop and catch a live demonstration onstage on the demo stage, with multiple shows throughout the day.
There’s something for everyone at Suraya, which, with the recent launch of dinner, has fully blossomed into one of the most exciting new dining destinations of the year.
Arguably the most exciting moment of the 2018 Travelers Championship celebrity pro-am wasn’t golf related at all.
According to Lynn Matrisian, chief science officer at the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, one of the most exciting implications of this study is the possibility of using early peripheral fat wasting as a warning sign for pancreatic cancer.
Of everything one might see in Central Park this summer, Chukwudi Iwuji is among the most exciting.
Spain’s showdown with Portugal was expected to be one of the most exciting games of the group stage, and the first half hour of play Friday in Russia was frantic.
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EXCITING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exciting for English Language Learners
: causing feelings of interest and enthusiasm : causing excitement
EXCITING Defined for Kids
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