intriguingly


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in·trigu·ing

 (ĭn-trē′gĭng)
adj.
Arousing interest or curiosity: an intriguing plot.

in′trigu′ing·ly adv.
Translations

intriguingly

[ɪnˈtriːgɪŋlɪ] ADV intriguingly, this was never confirmedcuriosamente, esto nunca fue confirmado
intriguingly differentintrigantemente diferente
intriguingly originalde una originalidad fascinante

intriguingly

advauf faszinierende Weise; her questions were intriguingly differentihre Fragen faszinierten durch ihre Andersartigkeit; most intriguingly, no fingerprints could be foundhöchst interessant war die Tatsache, dass man keine Fingerabdrücke finden konnte
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Far less starry than their recent films, it is intriguingly provocative but perhaps a bit too low-key for its own good.
Exploring society through a woman who doesn't understand society's unwritten taboos, "Requiem for Locusts" is an intriguingly written novel that asks questions and provides interesting answers.
However, amid speculation that there have been discussions between his representatives and US private equity fund InterMedia Partners, and more intriguingly, the Saudi Binladin Group, Ashley said: "I think I'll start with people from Newcastle, not in some cave in Afghanistan.
Stories that follow truly human characters as they deal with the common problems of life, such as the death of a father and the relationship with his son, a boy struggling with illiteracy, the suicide of a loved one--all things that everyday people may deal with, but all written intriguingly to glue readers to the page.
And on page 72 you'll find a selection of corporate communications ranging from the intriguingly obscure to the staggeringly obvious, It's your magazine, so let us know what you think about the new look at nc1@caspianpublishing.
Each performer's character morphs between rabbit and snake, and it's Silverstone who handles the transitions most intriguingly.
With echoes of Michael Mann's masterpiece Manhunter, the aptly named Sinister begins intriguingly.
The study concluded that there was "no clear association between coffee consumption and the risk of hip fractures" though, intriguingly, that there may be a protective effect of tea consumption.
Following Kafka's tradition, the intriguingly dark and beautiful prose of this English translation invites the reader into a land of rain and shadows.
Intriguingly, Ruby Princess will be in Liverpool on May 29, 2014, which is the centenary of the Empress of Ireland disaster, in which 1,012 people lost their lives (out of 1,477 onboard).
Most intriguingly of all, there'll also be the world premiere of a track from his new musical Stephen Ward, which is inspired by the Profumo scandal.
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