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
See acrobatic moves and exciting choreography at 10 a.m. and noon Thursday at the Sunrise Civic Center Theatre, 10610 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
The study is exciting news in the search for new treatments for these diseases, said Pamela Itkin-Ansari, a diabetes researcher at the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute in La Jolla.
The games are always exciting to watch. Most memorable moment this past season?
But push yourself to get out and try new things since the sun is making a series of exciting aspects from your zone of true love and fun midweek.
Iron Triangle Brewery hosts a 90-minute boxing and yoga class this weekend, the more exciting payoff of which is a free pint (over, like, endorphins).
Nothing could be more exciting to you, but the let down of all of this bustling has been a bit depressing as the days have turned more and more into static summer.
For those who are desperate to explore the world on their own terms, with their own plan and meet exciting and fascinating people along the way, solo traveling is the answer.
The exciting and alluring nature of Rowling’s writing drove me to pick up a book for the first time.
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First Known Use of exciting
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
Definition of exciting for Students
: producing excitement an exciting adventure
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