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engaging

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishengagingen‧gag‧ing /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒɪŋ/ adjective 🔊 🔊 ATTRACTpleasant and attracting your interest 🔊 an engaging smilesee thesaurus at niceengagingly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
engagingWyatt described her as "a lovely woman - sophisticated and engaging".To some they're simply an engaging fantasy, but for others they create a secret world that can last a lifetime.Komansky, the new chairman of the company, is a smart, straightforward, engaging fellow.There is an engaging frankness in what Chris says.But Tom was also one of rugby's most engaging humorists.Although there were fleeting moments of engaging interplay between the lower strings, the performance was strangely dispiriting.So who the devil are these two engaging, literate, drug-free chatterers sitting down the pub?Her engaging personality has helped make her television's favorite talk-show hostessan engaging personalityHe smiled like an engaging small boy.Her engaging smile, her winsome manner and her impeccable behaviour soon endeared her to the public.He had an engaging smile, quite boyish, which transformed his otherwise serious face.engaging smileHer engaging smile, her winsome manner and her impeccable behaviour soon endeared her to the public.He had an engaging smile, quite boyish, which transformed his otherwise serious face.
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