entertaining

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entertaining
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: diverting
Synonyms:
amusing , fun , enjoyable , engaging , diverting, captivating, fascinating , compelling , riveting, engrossing, interesting , stimulating, absorbing, enchanting, enthralling, entrancing, stirring , enticing , exciting , inspiring , satisfying, gratifying, delightful
Antonyms:
boring , dull , tiring , depressing , exhausting, annoying , aggravating, exasperating, irritating, monotonous, uninteresting


entertain
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Verb: keep others amused
Synonyms:
amuse, please , enliven, occupy , keep sb occupied, delight , cheer , enthrall, enthral (UK), interest , regale, engross, charm , captivate, inspire, stimulate, exhilarate, divert , gratify, satisfy , relax , distract , enchant
Antonyms:
bore, tire , weary , depress , drain , exhaust , annoy, bother , aggravate, bug , exasperate, harass , irritate
Sense: Verb: act as host
Synonyms:
throw a party, hold a party, have a party, give a party, have people over, have company, have a dinner party, do the honors, do the honours (UK)
Sense: Verb: receive people as host
Synonyms:
receive , invite , treat , wine and dine , host , welcome , feed , make sb welcome, have sb over, give a warm reception to, roll out the red carpet for, receive sb with open arms
Antonyms:
kick out (informal), throw out (informal), banish, eject, turn away
Sense: Verb: consider
Synonyms:
consider , contemplate , think about, think over, mull over, chew over, ponder, meditate on, ruminate on, wrestle with

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