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
Also in Bhutan, the new Six Senses will be opening, which is terribly exciting for the area.
Montgomery resident Lance Thompson brought his son Jacob, 13, along for a shopping trip that was clearly not that exciting for the youngster.
However, the commissioner will ask the league’s other superstars to be more exciting for the next couple of weeks, chipping in to make up for Steph’s absence.
The momentous occasion, which will culminate in a signing by Donald Trump at a time T.B.D., was so exciting that House Speaker Paul Ryan could barely keep it in his pants.
But the bongo are especially exciting, because — though zoos hold about 550 of the Eastern subspecies — only about 100 are left in the wild.
Cameron’s attention to detail and to the layout of the ship makes its destruction all the more painful; the return of the staircase is almost as exciting as the resurrection of Jack himself.
Season seven was a marvel in terms of epic, fast-paced, exciting storytelling.
Oladipo has turned the Pacers into contender in the East as well as one of the most exciting teams in the league.
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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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