Doctors sometimes draw maps of other parts of you, and your own map can become intensely interesting, but catch them trying to draw a map of a child's mind, which is not only confused, but keeps going round all the time.
…I had an exceedingly interesting experience last Monday.
Some of his remarks were wonderfully interesting.
It might be tremendously interesting to cops (for odd reasons of their own), but as technical challenges went, the 911 service was yawnsville.
The most interesting dwellings in this country, as the painter knows, are the most unpretending, humble log huts and cottages of the poor commonly; it is the life of the inhabitants whose shells they are, and not any peculiarity in their surfaces merely, which makes them picturesque; and equally interesting will be the citizen’s suburban box, when his life shall be as simple and as agreeable to the imagination, and there is as little straining after effect in the style of his dwelling.
:printing discussion: PARC n. A protracted, low-level, time-consuming, generally pointless discussion of something only peripherally interesting to all.
Among the books was a tattered old copy of Borellus in black-letter, and it was weirdly interesting to note that Ward had underlined the same passage whose marking had so perturbed good Mr. Merritt in Curwen’s farmhouse more than a century and half before.
My rule hasbeen that you can always find something devilishly interesting inevery woman that you wouldn’t find in any other.
(Strange to say, he doesn’t seem to have been jealous of Samsonov,which is psychologically interesting.)
Howells, who still watched the doctor, answered dryly: "Unusually interesting."
It was engrossed by the extraordinary silence of her sister and Willoughby on the subject, which they must know to be peculiarly interesting to them all.
But you have no idea how frightfully interesting it is to take a human being and change her into a quite different human being by creating a new speech for her.
PICKERING drawing his chair closer to Mrs. Higgins and bending over to her eagerly Yes: it's enormously interesting.
The destination of the Thrush must be now preeminently interesting.
It is truly interesting to compare the faded beauty of his secular poems with the perennial freshness of his hymns.
We may be indifferent to what the President of the United States is doing about international relations but what he had for breakfast is mighty interesting.
I felt I was becoming scientifically interesting.
But besides their nuisance potential for the spread of illicit knowledge, bulletin boards have another vitally interesting aspect for the professional investigator.
Both listened attentively: it was immensely interesting to them.
The mansion had an aspect of gentility, and its various forms of architecture made it doubly interesting.
These were merely interesting but trivial incidents of the campaign.
“Well now, she’s a real interesting little thing,” persisted Matthew. “
The body of the journal, as given, is in the hand-writing of Mr. Mason, and a P. S. is appended, each day, by Mr. Ainsworth, who has in preparation, and will shortly give the public a more minute, and no doubt, a thrillingly interesting account of the voyage.
One case is sufficiently interesting, for it is almost exactly similar to a case that occurred at one of the American colleges.
This speech was addressed to Tom quite confidentially, as if it was something that would be specially interesting to him.
Two people towing, boat adriftHe and three other men, so he said, were sculling a very heavily laden boat up from Maidenhead one evening, and a little above Cookham lock they noticed a fellow and a girl, walking along the towpath, both deep in an apparently interesting and absorbing conversation.
The river is not extraordinarily interesting between Streatley and Wallingford.
We are full of sympathy for every manifestation of life, however unusual; and even the conception of infinite knowledge and happiness -- than which nothing could be more removed from our condition or more unrealizable to our fancy -- remains eternally interesting to us.
In this curiously interesting century of Roman history we find man after man asking, What has happened to Rome?