entertaining

All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • Though a private person, he was said to be an entertaining host to his friends.
  • However, he called the episode entertaining and gave it a score of three out of four.
  • He started writing songs during his teaching career to teach his students history in an entertaining manner.
  • Stories remain a common way of entertaining a group that is on a journey.
  • They have no work-related function, but are usually interesting to look at and entertaining.
  • While entertaining audiences by night, she was recording her first album by day.
  • The majority of the rooms on this floor are used for official entertaining.
  • After entertaining soldiers for a night, he returns with the bad news.
  • During the Second World War it was entertaining troops on the home front.
  • The emperor found him entertaining at the start but in later years, sent him on important missions.
  • Performances can be just about anything that people find entertaining.
  • However, he found the said battle to be very entertaining despite it lasting several episodes.
  • His letters are believed to have been more entertaining than the debates themselves.
  • The young couple entered the fashionable world and apparently held up their end in entertaining.
  • He was simply entertaining the staff and the customers, something he was to continue throughout his long career.
  • This leads to some very entertaining moments between himself and the women he meets.
  • High technology is used to make the programs entertaining and educational.
  • It is accepted that as well as being entertaining, playing games helps children's development.
  • They were known for playing a fast and entertaining style.
  • It was also generally praised for its open-ended action and entertaining re-creation of 1980s culture.
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Root form of entertaining is entertain for the verb.

Words starting with entertaining

Meaning of entertaining

  • verb Provide entertainment for
  • verb Take into consideration, have in view
    He entertained the notion of moving to South America