Exciting - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ|  American pronunciation of the word exciting
Brit.  |ɪkˈsʌɪtɪŋ|  British pronunciation of the word exciting
- this word is used as a present participle form of the verb 'to be'to excite


- stimulating interest and discussion

an exciting novel


an exciting account of her adventures

This isn't a very exciting book.

It was not an exciting life, but it was rather interesting.

'Julia and Paul are getting married!' 'Oh, how exciting!'

I've got some very exciting news for you.

Let's do something exciting.

Melanie finds her work exciting and rewarding.

To me, there's nothing more exciting than playing football.

We had an exciting vacation. There was never a dull moment.

We listened eagerly as she related the whole exciting story.

Our evening together was pleasant but not very exciting.

...that historian's dryasdust prose desiccates what is actually an exciting period in European history...

an exciting period in history that has been memorialized in many popular books and movies

...commentators have overdrawn the dangers of the sport in order to make it appear more exciting...

The exciting ending partially redeems what is otherwise a very dull movie.

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