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
A visit to this fascinating necropolis is an outdoor experience not to be missed.
Our team had the great fortune to be able to travel to different parts of this fascinating country.
We were supposed to be learning about (Microsoft) Excel and PowerPoint and fascinating topics like that.
That is just one of the fascinating facts revealed by local historian C. Howard Nichols at the inaugural Distinguished Speakers Series event sponsored by the St. Tammany Library Foundation at Tchefuncta Country Club.
Watching the competition is fascinating, but so is the popular Fiber Arts Village.
Plus, once Uhtred gets pulled into Alfred’s orbit the larger political game becomes the most fascinating part of the show.
The most fascinating tidbits cast light on events that happened in the immediate aftermath of the election.
The exhibits, in glass showcases placed in front of muted walls alongside placards, will read fascinating to chocolate buffs.
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Origin and Etymology of fascinating
First Known Use: 1638
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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