OTHER WORDS FROM excitingex·cit·ing·ly, adverbnon·ex·cit·ing, adjectiveun·ex·cit·ing, adjective
How to use exciting in a sentence
We’ll have more exciting names to announce in the coming weeks.
What’s promising, however, is the “exciting progress in using visual data,” said Sundaram.
Elissa Newport, who led the study, also finds it exciting that children have speech centers on both sides of their brains.Kids use more of the brain than adults do to process language|Diane Lincoln|November 13, 2020|Science News For Students
Barber will join Lizzie Francis and Christine Choi on the investment team, something that Barber said was especially exciting.Venture firm M13 names former Techstars LA managing director, Anna Barber, as its newest partner|Jonathan Shieber|November 12, 2020|TechCrunch
If any of that sounds exciting to you, then “Godfall” might be the game for you.‘Godfall’ impressions: A solid, sometimes boring adventure|Gene Park|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Still more excitingly for Cohen, glasnost included a Bukharin revival, with major support from Gorbachev himself.Meet Stephen F. Cohen, Vladimir Putin's Best Friend in the American Media|Cathy Young|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or what they don't know they cook up more excitingly than if bound to dull facts.The Lightning Conductor Discovers America|C. N. (Charles Norris) Williamson and A. M. (Alice Muriel) Williamson
The boat at first ran along gently, the little waves lapping along the sides smartly, but not excitingly.Young Alaskans in the Far North|Emerson Hough
She believed that details could excitingly be altered, but that things-in-general were comely and kind and immutable.Main Street|Sinclair Lewis
The first day, especially, was excitingly crowded with new sights and sounds and fancies.Wild Life on the Rockies|Enos A. Mills
The widow was very affable, very talkative; she was considered an almost excitingly agreeable person.Anne|Constance Fenimore Woolson