Examples of intriguing in a Sentence
- Some had once contained medicines, sarsaparilla, or elixirs; others had intriguing names embossed into their glass panels: Balm of One Thousand Flowers, Indian Cholagogue, Dr. Kilmer's Kidney Cure, and Ocean Weed Heart Remedy. —Kim Wong Keltner, The Dim Sum of All Things, 2004
- The Huns are intriguing not only because of their notoriously hawkish history, but also because of their place as middlemen between Mongol and Turkic ethnicity. —Victor L. Mote, Siberia, 1998
- The next two phases of the Cambrian … mark the strangest, most important, and most intriguing of all episodes in the fossil record of animals—the short interval known as the Cambrian explosion … —Stephen Jay Gould, Natural History, July/August 1998
- The folklorist Jan Brunvand has documented hundreds of "urban legends," intriguing stories that everyone swears happened to a friend of a friend … and that circulate for years in nearly identical form in city after city, but that can never be documented as real events. —Steven Pinker, The Language Instinct, 1994
The offer is very intriguing.
an intriguing concept that should engender much debate among climatologists
Recent Examples of intriguing from the Web
Mike McCarthy believes new Packers backup QB DeShone Kizer would have gone first round in this year’s draft Kizer’s good is as intriguing as anyone’s.
For reasons that a neuroscientist or psychologist could probably explain, anything miniature is sort of intriguing to us.
This is more of an observation as to which process is more intriguing and which one provides the greater hope to a somber fan base.
Given the escalating stakes, Trump's tweets on the Mueller probe Wednesday were particularly intriguing.
But everything below the notch is pretty darn intriguing.
Anita Brookner’s novels are about loneliness and that can be very intriguing too.
Other intriguing ideas from the Aircraft Interiors Expo include Boeing's lavatory floor concept, made of super absorbent material, to keep things as dry and un-gross as possible.
This news is especially intriguing since Pompeo might not have the votes right now to win Senate confirmation as secretary of state.
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INTRIGUING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intriguing for English Language Learners
: extremely interesting
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