[verb in-treeg; noun in-treeg, in-treeg]
(USED WITH OBJECT) [IN·TRIGUED, IN·TRI·GUING.]
to arouse the curiosity or interest of by unusual, new, or otherwise fascinating or compelling qualities; appeal strongly to; captivate: The plan intrigues me, but I wonder if it will work.
to achieve or earn by appealing to another's curiosity, fancy, or interest: to intrigue one's way into another's notice.
to draw or capture: Her interest was intrigued by the strange symbol.
to accomplish or force by crafty plotting or underhand machinations.
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Intriguing definition, to arouse the curiosity or interest of by unusual, new, or
otherwise fascinating or compelling qualities; appeal strongly to; captivate: The
Some had once contained medicines, sarsaparilla, or elixirs; others had
intriguing names embossed into their glass panels: Balm of One Thousand
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intriguing definition, meaning, what is intriguing: very interesting because of
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Arousing one's curiosity or interest; fascinating: 'an intriguing story'. 'it's an
intriguing possibility'. 'the food is an intriguing combination of German and French
something you find interesting that also itches the curiosity nerve in your brain.
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translation, English dictionary definition of intriguing. adj. Arousing interest or