Interesting and Uninteresting


Interesting adjective - Holding the attention or provoking interest.
Usage example: an interesting lecture on conflicts in the Middle East since the demise of the Ottoman Empire

Uninteresting is an antonym for interesting in intriguing topic.


Uninteresting adjective - Causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest.
Usage example: the tour guide's spiel was uninteresting and not particularly informative

Interesting is an antonym for uninteresting in boring topic.

Nearby Words: uninterested, uninterestingly

Both words in one sentence

  • Trivia / Math Then the next smallest uninteresting number would become the smallest, which would be interesting, and so on, until the set of uninteresting numbers is empty.
    Source: Trivia / Math
  • The Nondescript In short, the only reason they're interesting at all is because of how uninteresting they appear.
  • Trivia / Math Thus, it would be the smallest uninteresting number, and therefore interesting, which would remove it from the set.
    Source: Trivia / Math
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