Other ways to say Interesting

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There are more than one ways to express that something is interesting in one language. Having a broad range of vocabulary at one’s disposal is the key to achieving that. There are a handful of ways to refer to something as interesting.

Synonyms Meaning and Usage as “Interesting”
Stimulating

something that agitates the brain cells  

Example: This seminar has been stimulating.

Compelling

something that forces an irresistible interest  

Example: Your proposal is very compelling.

Intriguing

something that arouses fascination  

Example: Thanks for the intriguing opportunity.

Enthralling

something that ignites fascination  

Example:   I can already see an enthralling outcome.

Engaging

the quality of capturing the attention  

Example:  The game show had been very engaging.

Arresting

the characteristics of grabbing the attention  

Example:  That is one arresting turn of events.

Absorbing

the quality of soaking up all the focus  

Example:  The class has been absorbing from so many angles.

Affecting

something that leaves a mark  

Example:   That has been an affecting speech.

Amusing  

something that entertains  

Example:  The comedy movie has been amusing.

Refreshing

something that brings some fresh change  

Example:  It has been refreshing to watch some South Korean Drama.

Exotic

Non-native or unusual  

Example:  This tree looks exotic.

Unusual

out of the ordinary  

Example:  This fruit looks unusual; nothing I’ve seen before.

Curious

arouse the curiosity by being unorthodox  

Example:  The looks very curious.

 

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