Adjective "entertaining" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɛntəˈteɪnɪŋ/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Providing amusement or enjoyment.
  1. 'A children's football match will also take place on the day, which is sure to be an entertaining and competitive game.'
  2. 'It was very entertaining and very funny but I couldn't help wondering where this woman works.'
  3. 'This weekly column highlights interesting, educational and entertaining Web sites.'
  4. 'I found him an entertaining companion but I always regarded him as under-educated.'
  5. 'It is a credit to both sides that they played a very entertaining game, full of passion, pride and a superb quality of football.'
  6. 'We have had them watched a couple of times and they are a hard-working outfit but we have nothing to fear or lose and it promises to be an entertaining game.'
  7. 'Poor visibility didn't get in the way of an entertaining game between two teams with genuine title ambitions.'
  8. 'Talks are free so don't miss what will certainly be an entertaining insight into our intriguing and unique landscape.'
  9. 'Given the horrendous conditions and despite the incessant rain the sides served an entertaining game of football.'
  10. 'I have a few quibbles with it, but it's generally a very informative and entertaining piece.'

Definitions

1. affording entertainment; amusing; diverting: We spent an entertaining evening at the theater.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be entertaining for years."

"people can be entertaining by days."

"people can be entertaining at parties."

"people can be entertaining."

"footballs can be entertaining."

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