Exciting [adjective]

Definition of Exciting:

inspiring, exhilarating

Opposite/Antonyms of Exciting:

Sentence/Example of Exciting:

Unlike adult blankets, you can find a variety of exciting patterns and colors to keep your kid’s bedroom cute and cozy.

For me, that golden thread of being able to use that in myriad of different industries and markets is really, really exciting.

It shows that you’re open-minded and willing to try wines that are exciting, occasionally unusual, and profoundly fulfilling.

The game did not end up being the exciting passing duel we wanted, but the outcome was certainly what Buccaneers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles deserved for so thoroughly dismantling the Kansas City offense.

There’s some pretty exciting science in store if all things go well.

As VR technology continues to evolve and exciting new games are released we believe more players will discover its potential.

It’s also engaging, suspenseful, powerful, and – perhaps most unexpected of all – exciting in an edge-of-your-seat kind of way.

Dallas can count on Doncic for another decade’s worth of prime-level play, and he has proved that he doesn’t need that much help to lead an exciting team to the playoffs.

This marks an especially exciting turn for Cuoco, whose work on the long-running “Big Bang Theory” went overlooked by the HFPA.

What is exciting is that Tampa Bay and Kansas City are two of the most complete teams in the NFL right now.