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absorbing very interesting; engaging.
almanac a published collection of interesting and useful facts about many different subjects. [1/3 definitions]
challenge an interesting or difficult problem or task. [1/7 definitions]
curious different from the usual and therefore interesting; odd. [1/3 definitions]
decorate to make more attractive or interesting by adding ornamental items or designs. [1/5 definitions]
enrich to cause to be more interesting, important, or rewarding. [1/4 definitions]
feature to present as something especially interesting, appealing, or important. [1/9 definitions]
featureless lacking distinctive or interesting characteristics.
filmic suitable for filming; visually interesting. [1/2 definitions]
history an interesting record of events, esp. in relation to a person, place, thing, or family. [1/5 definitions]
insipid not interesting; dull. [1/2 definitions]
jazz up (informal) to make more lively or interesting.
juicy interesting for gossip, often because of a somewhat scandalous nature; titillating. [1/2 definitions]
payoff (informal) the most interesting or climactic part of a narrative, series of events, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
pepper to enliven by adding bits of humor or interesting information. [1/8 definitions]
piquant lively, stimulating, or interesting; provocative. [1/2 definitions]
quaint unusual in an interesting or charming way. [1/2 definitions]
readable enjoyable or interesting to read. [1/2 definitions]
sapid pleasing to the mind; interesting. [1/2 definitions]
sexy (informal) glamorous; appealing; interesting. [1/2 definitions]
spice up to make (something) more interesting or exciting by adding new things. [2 definitions]