fascinatingly fascinatingly


  • (adv) in a fascinating manner


  1. They are fascinatingly complex and have lives of their own; you can follow them around or spy on them in their homes.
  2. These double worlds are fascinatingly mirrored in two new travel books about the exotic lands of Iran and Iraq.
  3. He had endured a month in cramped quarters with some of the most fascinatingly boring exhibitionists ever to capture the German imagination.


  • 5 decades later, some JFK probe files still sealed

    It turns out that several hundred of the still-classified pages concern a deceased CIA agent, George Joannides, whose activities just before the assassination and, fascinatingly, during a government investigation years later, have tantalized researchers for years.
    on August 19, 2013     Source: Abilene Reporter-News


  1. "Muddy (Waters) and Chuck (Berry) were close to the straight electric blues," Keith Richards told Rolling Stone in a different article. "But Bo was fascinatingly on the edge. There was something African going on in there. His style was...
    on Jun 2, 2008 By: Keith Richards Source: The Star-Ledger - NJ.com

  2. "Wallander is a wonderfully complex and compelling character and as a long time admirer of Mankell's novels, I am very excited to be playing this fascinatingly flawed but deeply human detective," Branagh said in a statement.
    on Jan 11, 2008 By: Kenneth Branagh Source: AFP

  3. Another influential critic, John Simon, called Horne "a fascinatingly evolving singer; there wasn't a vocal style she didn't shed or at times revert to."
    on May 11, 2010 By: John Simon Source: Los Angeles Times

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tangible tangible
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