exciting in a sentence

I had never seen such an exciting rugby match as one I saw yesterday.

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The book certainly isn’t great literature, but the story was really exciting.

Jumping out of an airplane was perhaps the most exciting adventure of his life.

Sky-diving was terrifying, exciting, wonderful and amazing all at the same time.

It is very exciting to have the honor of competing for my country at the Olympics.

The game promises to be an exciting contest between the sport’s two greatest rivals.

Club Med caters to couples and families that want to have an active, exciting vacation.

A good teacher uses a child’s natural curiosity to make learning an exciting experience.

Mountain-climbing is often dangerous, but it is also immensely exciting and stimulating.

Catnip, a plant which is known for exciting cats, also has an effect on lions and tigers.

The gallery is featuring an exhibit by some of this country’s most exciting young artists.

The chase scene in the movie was really exciting, and the special effects were unbelievable.

Paddling down the Amazon in a rubber raft was an incredibly dangerous and exciting endeavor.

Frodo had all kinds of exciting and dangerous adventures on his journey through Middle Earth.

Bungee-jumping is an excitingly dangerous and popular new sport for those seeking a quick thrill.

The Aussie cyclist was able to win the race with an incredibly exciting sprint over the last 100 meters.

If you ask me, ice hockey is infinitely better than football.

It’s faster, and way more exciting.

The Natural History Museum in South Kensington is filled with magnificent specimens and exciting displays.

Benoit always refers to his climbing expedition in the Rockies as the most exciting experience of his life.

It was exciting kayaking through the swells for a while, but when the waves got too big, we paddled to shore.

The most distinctive and exciting music of Jamaica is the reggae sound that first emerged in the early 1970s.

James Conant once remarked that every vital organization owes its birth and life to an exciting and daring idea.

Advertisers often use sexually suggestive content to convey the idea that their product is exciting or desirable.

The director wants the writer to make some changes to the script in order to make the story a little more exciting.

The most distinctive and exciting music of Jamaica is the reggae sound that first became popular in the early 1970s.

She doesn’t want a serious relationship.

She just wants an exciting, purely sexual fling with some dumb, hunky guy.

Someone once remarked that one of the best things about reading is that the exciting part will never be interrupted by a commercial.

Politician Daniel Moynihan once suggested that the single most exciting thing you encounter in government is competence because it’s so rare.

Someone once remarked that one of the best things about reading is that the exciting part will never be interrupted by a word from the sponsor.

Susan Jeffers once said, “We cannot escape fear.

We can only transform it into a companion that accompanies us on all our exciting adventures.