Definition of Interestingness

1. Noun. The power of attracting or holding one's attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.). "Primary colors can add interest to a room"




Definition of Interestingness

1. n. The condition or quality of being interesting.

Definition of Interestingness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being interesting. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Interestingness

1. [n -ES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Interestingness

interested
interestedly
interestedness
interester
interesterification
interesterifications
interesterified
interesterifies
interesterify
interesterifying
interesters
interesting
interesting condition
interestingly
interestingly enough
interestingness (current term)
interestless
interests
interethnic
interevent
interexchange
interexchanges
interexperimental
interface
interface segregation principle
interfaced
interfaceless
interfaces
interfacial
interfacial canals

Literary usage of Interestingness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Effective Speaking: An Exposition of the Laws of Effectiveness in the Choice by Arthur Edward Phillips (1908)
"(21) interestingness Essential to All the General Ends. Not only is interestingness essential ... If the Factors of interestingness and the method of theii ..."

2. A Mind AT Work: We are our Questions. An Homage to Mihai Nadinby Mihai Nadin, Mercedes Vilanova, Frederic Chordá by Mihai Nadin, Mercedes Vilanova, Frederic Chordá (2003)
"interestingness The second question concerns the attractiveness of a story. ... I call this power interestingness (and will return to it soon). ..."

3. Catalogue ...: The Booklovers Library by Booklovers Library, Seymour Eaton (1900)
"The merit of this book is its interestingness— an interestingness begotten of its intimate ... From first page to last this interestingness never ceases. ..."

4. Our Women: Chapters on the Sex-discord by Arnold Bennett (1920)
"The master argument is that the human Odyssey on this planet has been an infinite series of astounding changes, and that its interestingness is as acute ..."

5. The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot by Walter Bagehot, Mrs Russell Barrington (1915)
"On the interestingness of the idea, by which I mean the power of the idea to ... have been generated by this " interestingness " without evidence on which ..."

6. The Art of Writing English: A Book for College Classes by Rollo Walter Brown, Nathaniel Waring Barnes (1913)
"As Mr. Arnold Bennett says, " The makers of literature are those who have seen and felt the miraculous interestingness of the universe. ..."

7. The Art and Science of Advertising by George French (1909)
"To increase the attractiveness of advertisements, and thereby to increase their interestingness, it is not necessary to consider that an advertising ..."

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