intriguing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v cause to be interested or curious
- v form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner
- s disturbingly provocative
an intriguing smile
- s capable of arousing interest or curiosity
our team came up with some most intriguing finds
- For those who seek more human motives, there was the intriguing report on ABC's Nightline that Applewhite had intimated to a friend that he was dying of cancer.
- Indeed, the literature of medicine introduces us to a cavalcade of colorful and intriguing characters, an assortment of personalities that prompted historian Fielding Garrison to .
- Writing about Gorbachev who he was, where he came from, what he was after, and what his personal stake was (there had to be one) became just as intriguing as trying to figure .
- Andy Roddick in Bloomberg
We both like to hit a big ball,Roddick told reporters. "We're both not really shy out there. I think it's an intriguing match-up."
- Roger Federer in International Herald Tribune
Him being the best player in the world at the moment, it would make it a very intriguing match,said Federer.
- Eddie Jordan in Philadelphia Inquirer
He's intriguing to talk about in the media, with friends, with fans, with your mom, with your sister,Jordan said. "I have not been oversaturated with Allen Iverson in my mind or in conversation with our front office. It's like any other...