from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Causing a desire to know more; mysterious.
- v. Present participle of intrigue.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Forming secret plots or schemes; addicted to intrigue; given to secret machinations: as, an intriguing disposition.
- Synonyms Artful, Sly, etc. (see cunning); insidious, designing, deceitful, plotting, scheming.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. disturbingly provocative
- adj. capable of arousing interest or curiosity
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The Russians might have found the moniker intriguing, but to Sayyed it was an insult, one of many he was sure he would be forced to endure on this cold winter evening.
Also rather intriguing is the view of how the girls should not be smarter to or superior to the boys in any way.
Your piece on Kana while intriguing is also incredibly alien.
What I found especially intriguing is how Kearney mentioned that the world is actually more Science Fiction in nature then Fantasy.
One of the most intriguing is the sci-fi drama Fast Forward from Dark Knight's David Goyer and 24's Brannon Braga, about a worldwide blackout that gives everyone a glimpse into the near-future.
What I find intriguing is the recent tendency of racist bigots to cry “racism” whenever anybody tries to point out racism or do anything about it.
The part that makes it intriguing is the idea that some buy it.
Tebow's leadership intangibles and running ability remain intriguing to some NFL teams, but he may have hurt himself more than he helped himself with his performance.
These are American foods that are presented in intriguing ways.
More intriguing is the mood of the American public this year.