American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Agreeably diverting; amusing: The children staged an entertaining puppet show.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Affording entertainment; pleasing; amusing; diverting: as, an entertaining story; an entertaining friend.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Affording entertainment; pleasing; amusing; diverting.
- adj. agreeably diverting
“The volumes are profusely illustrated and contain the most entertaining sketches in Mr. Stockton's _most entertaining_ manner.”
“Even more entertaining is that some of these accounts are years old and are still updated, usually serving no purpose other than to serve up a healthy dose of schadenfreude.”
“But being provocative and entertaining is not the same thing as being successful -- or, at least, it isn't depending upon your definition of successful.”
“I agree art can be viewed under a different light by everyone but when it has mass appeal then it was successful in entertaining a large audience.”
“Although I have quibbles about them, the Manga Guides remain entertaining supplementary reading for tough subjects.”
“Ron: I think the most important thing really was that you could take very personal ideas and present them to an audience in entertaining ways.”
“What I find most entertaining is everyone here wether it be to say its real or fake … or want to argue with others on their opinons, no one here but me is going to state the obvious …”
“What makes sports entertaining is that it is unpredictable.”
“I agree, watching them on VHS, however, does give them a certain entertaining quality, though.”
“Start with Close, who made her outsized lawyer seem more human and real, and move on to Sedgwick, who turns her show into a weekly lesson in entertaining acting.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘entertaining’.
An obnoxious and ridiculous madlib list where verbish '-ing' words fill in the blank wherein the blank is a call for a beating.
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The words on this list are difficult to spell for easy spellers but they should be known by fifth grade, by age 10.
An interesting list I found in the internet, on how the same word changes its meaning when used to describe a woman rather than a man.
(I'm translating from Italian, then adding new ones)
Looking for tweets for entertaining.