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1Attractive or interesting.‘the rural life is somehow more appealing’‘an appealing young woman’
attractive, engaging, alluring, enchanting, captivating, bewitching, fascinating, winning, winsome, likeable, lovable, charming, delightfulinviting, attractive, tempting, appetizing, enticing, seductiveView synonyms
- ‘His mane has grown long and shaggy, visually appealing and attractive, and he asked for a silver and diamond stud instead of a dangler for his translator.’
- ‘Finally, we select visually appealing and interesting weapons as we also want our weapons to have interesting silhouettes and to stand out from other games.’
- ‘How attractive and appealing is the other clothing in the store?’
- ‘Just like good picture quality makes a film look better, an appealing body and good looks adds to the credit of an actor.’
- ‘At one point, when we had the camera out, she decided to take centre stage, and posed beautifully, one appealing stance after another, for a full five minutes or more.’
- ‘There are two major bonus features on this DVD, each one far more interesting and appealing than the movie itself.’
- ‘The dishes above are already designed to have appealing colors for beautiful presentation, so just put them together.’
- ‘Hopefully more people will use the route for exercise and it can also be marketed as an appealing attraction from a tourist point of view.’
- ‘Low, built-in shelving provides appealing wall storage for young children's toys.’
- ‘His kindness, his gentleness and his intelligence, which she had foolishly deplored as somehow unromantic, now suddenly seemed very appealing and attractive.’
- ‘What it is exactly that I'm supposed to find appealing or interesting in people who end up wading knee deep in gore I simply don't understand.’
- ‘While it lacks the mock seriousness of the film that spawned it, it more than compensates with some preposterously appealing action sequences.’
- ‘Every candidate has one and it should be worked on and refined so it can be told in an interesting and appealing way.’
- ‘A publicist is to the arts what the man with the bucket and scoop is to a circus; an attempt to make things look fresh, appealing and attractive.’
- ‘He had to admit, it was a pretty appealing daydream.’
- ‘‘I found younger men more appealing than older men,’ she says.’
- ‘Keepers of forest are also very appealing and attractive to the eye, and can show a deep friendship if you befriend them.’
- ‘All in all, this is a very attractive monitor with an appealing display.’
- ‘‘Many found reason less appealing than enchantment,’ she writes.’
- ‘There's no garden feature quite so appealing and attractive to an idle peasant as a seat under a tree.’
2(of an expression or tone of voice) showing that one wants help or sympathy.‘an appealing look’
- ‘Taking the lead are small landowners or Western farmers who make appealing pleas to be left alone to enjoy their property and take care of it conscientiously.’
- ‘The chauffeur made wild, appealing gestures of his innocence, evidently to no avail, for when he turned around and climbed back into the driver's seat his expression was not a little dejected.’
- ‘He now has recorded all three of the symphonies, and he is sympathetic to their appealing late Romantic gush.’
- ‘The women, with tears and appealing gestures, crowded around the officer, begging him to spare their sons and husbands; the men stood silent, with bloodless faces and dumb imploring eyes.’
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