Washington is riveting as a woman with smarts, guts, and a weakness for her former boss, the leader of the free world.
In one riveting scene, the author is himself in a car accident, and escapes a mob by seeking refuge in a police station.
Spader, so intense and riveting last year as Red, has lost some of that unyielding relentlessness.
The hooker returns to deliver unto Moore's character a riveting monologue of her pretty persuasion.
The explanation of charges filed against the Boston bombing suspect is a riveting read.
While riveting the ends be careful to round them up instead of making them flush.
While the smith was riveting my chains, I addressed the sub-governor.
Another to his arms Upgliding, tied them, riveting itself So close, it took from them the power to move.Pistoia!
Later, she went out to the stable where Tolliver was riveting a broken tug.
Ship building is hastened by these same air drilling and riveting machines.
"commanding attention," 1854, present participle adjective from rivet (v.). Related: Rivetingly.
c.1400, from Old French rivet "nail, rivet," from Old French river "to clench, fix, fasten," possibly from Middle Dutch wriven "turn, grind," related to rive (v.). The English word may be directly from Middle Dutch.