intriguing

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intriguing (comparative more intriguing, superlative most intriguing)

  1. Causing a desire to know more; mysterious.

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Verb[edit]

intriguing

  1. Present participle of intrigue.

Noun[edit]

intriguing (plural intriguings)

  1. (dated) An intrigue.
    • Thomas Longueville, The Curious Case of Lady Purbeck
      In all these negotiations, and caballings, and intriguings, the person most concerned, Frances Coke, the beauty and the heiress, was only the ball in the game.