Definition of Interesting. Meaning of Interesting. Synonyms of Interesting

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Definition of Interesting

Interesting
Interesting In"ter*est*ing, a. Engaging the attention; exciting, or adapted to excite, interest, curiosity, or emotion; as, an interesting story; interesting news. --Cowper.

Meaning of Interesting from wikipedia

- Interest is a feeling or emotion that causes attention to focus on an object, event, or process. In contemporary psychology of interest, the term is used...
- The Most Interesting Man in the World was an advertising campaign for Dos Equis beer. The ads featured a bearded, debonair elderly gentleman with voiceovers...
- The interesting number paradox is a semi-humorous paradox which arises from the attempt to cl****ify every natural number as either "interesting" or "uninteresting"...
- Interesting Times is a fantasy novel by British writer Terry Pratchett, the seventeenth book in the Discworld series, set in the Aurient (a fictional...
- "Interesting Drug" was the fourth solo single released by Morrissey. The song was not featured on one of Morrissey's main studio albums, but can be found...
- An Interesting Story is a 1904 British short silent comedy film, directed by James Williamson, showing a man so engrossed in his book he is dangerously...
- Quite Interesting may refer to: QI (short for Quite Interesting), a BBC comedy panel game featuring Sandi Toksvig and Alan Davies Quite Interesting Limited...
- known for creating the YouTube channels Wendover Productions and Half as Interesting. Denby created the YouTube channel Wendover Productions on 11 February...
- Steve Davis Interesting Cookbook No 1 – Interesting Things to Do With Meat, Simply Fix – The Steve Davis Interesting Cookbook No 2 – Interesting Things to...
- "May you live in interesting times" is an English expression that purports to be a translation of a traditional Chinese curse. While seemingly a blessing...
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