entertainingly entertainingly


  • (adv) in an entertaining manner


  1. Here the land-based pilgrim must lie entertainingly, which is hard work, or tell the ghastly truth.
  2. Those devices, producers emphasize, can be used not just to deceive but also to tell a story clearly, entertainingly and quickly.
  3. But really and entertainingly he's more like a superman who listens in.


  1. The Best Baseball Movie Ever? Bull Durham

    25 years ago this month, Ron Shelton's film entertainingly upended the conventions of how Hollywood portrays sports—which, Shelton says, was entirely the idea.        
    on June 25, 2013     Source: The Atlantic

  2. Review: Up and Down

    A contest to select two ordinary people to fly in space in order to build public support for spaceflight: what could possibly go wrong? Jeff Foust reviews a Canadian novel that entertainingly shows how how things could go awry.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: The Space Review


  1. The joint bid, which Mr Loughton said he "scribbled out" on the train to London, "calls on the BBC to reinstate John Sergeant on the show immediately and for the veteran political commentator, turned entertainingly dodgy dancer, to dust down his...
    on Nov 20, 2008 By: Tim Loughton Source: Bognor Today

  2. "We need to make an entertainingly varied TV show," Warwick said. "It's no secret that we take the very best and the very worst. It would be fair to say a considerable amount of our viewership for these first five or six shows wants to see...
    on Jan 27, 2004 By: Ken Warwick Source: MTV.com

  3. Cornette told issue 51 of Fighting Spirit Magazine: "I wanted to train wrestlers to be good wrestlers, to be able to go out and have good matches of any length with anybody of any style, both safely and entertainingly...... that process takes years....
    on Feb 24, 2010 By: Jim Cornette Source: The Sun

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