Definition of intriguing in English:

intriguing

Syllabification: in·trigu·ing
Pronunciation: /inˈtrēgiNG
 
/

adjective

Arousing one’s curiosity or interest; fascinating: an intriguing story it’s an intriguing possibility the food is an intriguing combination of German and French
More example sentences
  • Physicists model the topology of the universe in intriguing ways.
  • Elsewhere, there are intriguing exhibitions in every direction.
  • Yet there's an intriguing abundance of professional self-reflection on display here.

Derivatives

intriguingly

adverb
the album is intriguingly titled “The Revenge of the Goldfish.”
More example sentences
  • Whether the arguments come from the Right or the Left, the libertarian critique is often intriguingly rational, even if not always convincing.
  • The memory of a foreign childhood, of a vanished past immaterial and yet thick with the present, of the self as its witness, embodiment and continuation, is intriguingly rendered.
  • This follows in the tradition of the Pre-Raphaelites, the Romantics and, most intriguingly, the British neo-Romantics of the 1940s.

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