interest

[ in-ter-ist, -trist ]SEE DEFINITION OF interest

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTEREST

Men who take from the poor daily interest for a drachma, and spend it in debauchery.

Nevertheless I continued to treat him well on account of the interest you felt in him.

As for art and the sciences, these did not interest them very much.

It was for ever fighting someone, somewhere, for causes which did not interest the subjects at all.

Strong as is the tie of interest, it has been often found ineffectual.

He travels with his eyes open, looking for objects of interest, and recording them.

Have we not all an interest in it, and a prior right, if right were to have taken place?

They were all facing him, and their faces were alive with interest; yet they made no hostile move.

One of the main points of interest at the home of Mr. Gladstone is the library.

He felt his own fist tingle as he returned the effort with interest.

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