- adj. stimulating interest or thought
“In this context, “confusion” may be defined as a thought-provoking, uncomfortable buffer zone among spontaneously occurring events designed to startle complacent humans into taking deliberate action.”
“It's more compact this year, but the idea is still to put together the most challenging and thought-provoking plays.”
“In line with its edifying surroundings, the Cranbrook Museum of Art re-opened with an encyclopedic review of its vast collection through a thought-provoking exhibit titled, No Object is an Island: New Dialogues with the Cranbrook Collection.”
“In addition to wise words and thought-provoking ideas from our regular columnists, there is also an inspiring interview with Audrey Kaplan.”
“In addition to wise words and thought-provoking ideas from our regular columnists, I want to also welcome our new columnist, Megan Homan.”
“Everything Girl is also a great place to find some thought-provoking journeys into the minds of our regular columnists and editorial staff.”
“Everything Girl is also a great place to find some thought-provoking journeys into the minds of our regular columnists and editorial staff, including a new staff member, Elia Sheldon, who is thrilled to lend us advice about the World of Work.”
“In addition to wise words and thought-provoking ideas from some of our regular columnists.”
“This is made clear by the thought-provoking message above the chapel door: “Nós ossos que aqui estamos, pelos vossos esperamos,” or: “We bones that are here, for your bones we wait.””
“I think it is striking and oddly beautiful and very thought-provoking.”
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