Definition of exciting in English:

exciting

Line breaks: ex|cit¦ing
Pronunciation: /ɪkˈsʌɪtɪŋ
 
, ɛk-/

adjective

Derivatives

excitingly

adverb
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  • But that this throwaway proposal has been excitingly supported by environmentalists is evidence that environmentalists are dumping their prejudices with consumption and growth onto China.
  • When we bought our house, it came with many things (an excitingly explosive stove, for example) - but a properly-fenced boundary wasn't one of them.
  • The shadow of the Major-Currie affair falls across Blackpool, where suddenly even the least glamorous are excitingly scented with the pheromone of power.

excitingness

noun
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  • Stories and photos very soon, but right now I've got to head to the cosmopolitan excitingness of Sainsbury's.

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