Examples of fascinating in a Sentence
the fascinating cities and peoples of central Asia have been intriguing travelers at least since the time of Marco Polo
the fascinating—but dubious—legend that Pocahontas rescued John Smith from certain death
Recent Examples of fascinating from the Web
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And Bob (Hacker) was always an inspiring and fascinating individual to me.
Caroline Dhavernas gives a fascinating performance as Mary, a doctor whose side hustle—providing off-the-books assisted suicide to terminally ill patients—begins to blur uncomfortably into her daily life.
Yohana Desta here today, bringing you the latest on the shocking Han Solo firing, Daniel Day-Lewis’s surprising decision, a glimpse at the new season of Game of Thrones, and a fascinating list of the most powerful people in Hollywood.
So went a sequence that offered glimpses of about every facet of this fascinating time for the Royals.
The analysis offers fascinating insights into the broader craft beer market.
This book is fascinating for New Yorkers, but anyone with an interest in climate change and Robinson's work will like it.
History is rarely pretty, but always is fascinating, and lucky for us, Alabama offers more than its share of events that changed the shape of the nation.
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FASCINATING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fascinating for English Language Learners
: very interesting or appealing
FASCINATING Defined for Kids
Definition of fascinating for Students
: extremely interesting or charming a fascinating story
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