Adjective "fascinating" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈfasɪneɪtɪŋ/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Extremely interesting.
  1. 'Another pastime that has kept me away from the keyboard is a fascinating book I've been reading.'
  2. 'This book is a fascinating look into the process of municipal affairs and how it can go wrong.'
  3. 'However, the book offers a fascinating, and at times shocking, treatment of the man's life and times.'
  4. 'Every day a fascinating fact, which has a healthy message, will be highlighted.'
  5. 'So today it's time for some fascinating facts about prime numbers.'
  6. 'This is a fascinating and thought-provoking book, laced with genuine wit and elegantly written.'
  7. 'This fascinating book is a summary of the work done so far with the available material.'
  8. 'How this turnaround came about is one of the subjects of this fascinating book.'
  9. 'These small blips, however, do not prevent this book from being a fascinating read.'
  10. 'It is a fascinating book, every chapter filled with incident and surprise.'

Definitions

1. of great interest or attraction; enchanting; charming; captivating: a fascinating story; fascinating jewelry.

More examples(as adjective)

"waters can be fascinating to children."

"searches can be fascinating of discoveries."

"materials can be fascinating in rights."

"people can be fascinating."

"things can be fascinating."

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