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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