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
The exhibits, in glass showcases placed in front of muted walls alongside placards, will read fascinating to chocolate buffs.
By all accounts a fascinating conversationalist, Axelrod recalled exploring the city as a teen in the 1950s in search of musical inspiration.
Further still: A fascinating column from 2002 by Alan Schwarz regarding Schuerholz and the lack of GMs in the HOF.
Writing in April in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Greg Bryant of the University of California, Los Angeles, and more than 30 co-authors from around the world did a fascinating cross-cultural study.
A recent and fascinating article in Business of Fashion attempted to shine a spotlight on the reality of bringing clothing production back to America.
Its charismatic young founder, Holmes, had a fascinating backstory: a college dropout with an aversion to blood draws and an unusual cast of Washington heavyweights willing to sign on to her company's board.
By old rules, this all qualifies as a fascinating curio.
What were merely unsettling times for most of us were, for Hodges and his fans, a prelude to detainment and dismemberment, grimly fascinating to observe, potentially thrilling to oppose, but no cause for prescription sedatives.
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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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