Definition of engaging in English:

engaging

Syllabification: en·gag·ing
Pronunciation: /enˈgājiNG
 
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adjective

Derivatives

engagingly

adverb
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  • I believe that my long-standing fondness for Waugh's novels is rooted in his skill in writing so engagingly about men who find themselves on their own and, somehow, out of place.
  • Green and fertile with magnificent valleys, dramatic mountainous terrain, and a rich cultural history, the island is engagingly picturesque.
  • That feeling that I've discerned something about what's happening in the world and successfully and engagingly written about it.

engagingness

noun
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  • Yet, if you were to probe these customers on the matter, I'm sure they'd have no idea exactly what they expect the sites to offer, apart from fun, innovation, and engagingness.
  • The advertisment is among the company's top 20% for "recall, engagingness, convincingness and business-building potential among a target of women aged 18 to 65"

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