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Interesting

buzzworthy

adjective

likely to create interest and attention

water cooler

noun

used for referring to something, especially a television programme, that is very interesting so that people talk about it at work the next day

interesting

adjective

something that is interesting makes you want to know about it or take part in it

original

adjective

new, interesting, and different from anything else

exciting

adjective

interesting and full of action, especially when you do not know what is going to happen next

fascinating

adjective

making you very interested or attracted

intriguing

adjective

very interesting, especially because of being strange or mysterious

gripping

adjective

very exciting and interesting

alive

adjective

interesting and exciting

newsworthy

adjective

interesting or important enough to be included in a news report

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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