- affording entertainment; amusing; diverting: We spent an entertaining evening at the theater.
Origin of entertaining
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Examples from the Web for entertainingly
The latest GOP debate was so entertainingly comical, it was like a Disney animated movie come to life.Latest GOP Debate Comical Enough to Be a Disney Animated Movie
November 14, 2011
So there is practically no limit to the number of fascinating books that can be usefully and entertainingly written about him.Evelyn Waugh's Grandson on the Secret Behind 'Brideshead'
April 17, 2010
Albert wrote regularly and of course well and entertainingly.The Portygee
Joseph Crosby Lincoln
The story is historically correct and entertainingly related.The First Capture
Well and entertainingly told and the characters are ably portrayed.Scotch Wit and Humor</p>
W. H. (Walter Henry) Howe
The volume is beautifully illustrated, and is most entertainingly written.
Reminiscences came to his mind, and he told them lightly, entertainingly.The Arrival of Jimpson
Ralph Henry Barbour
- serving to entertain or give pleasure; diverting; amusing
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