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
With such an amazing social response, Turner told ESSENCE that the best part about people's reaction has been helping other children learn about science in a new and exciting way.
O'Brien was emphatic that the team will not give in to despair after losing one of the most exciting young players in the game.
Liberty Media want to make the sport more exciting and, after months of work with F1's governing body the FIA, presented their proposals to the 10 teams at a meeting in Paris.
On one hand, Lonzo is one of the most exciting young players to enter the league in a long time.
When Missouri lost at Georgia last weekend, the man who engineered the Tigers’ only football victory over the Bulldogs was taking in a far more exciting game.
And now, your annual screening just got even more exciting.
So this year, the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) group is hoping to raise awareness and simultaneously make Halloween extra exciting for children with food allergies.
Sporty looks and handling that made the Accord just a bit more exciting than its prosaic competitors made the car a favorite for years, but recent models had lost some of that edge.
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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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