interested[ in-ter-uh-stid, -truh-stid, -tuh-res-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF interested
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERESTED
Your observations have interested me deeply; they shall have my most high attention.
The Phoenicians who were not interested in piety succeeded where the others had failed.
But Charles Merchant was only interested in what the fellow had said and done when he talked with her.
"Here's something you might be interested to know," said Scottie.
Of course, the interested reader should read all three biographies.
It would be untrue to say that Hester was not interested in the news.
Ester would have known just what, and how; and how interested she would have been!
They interested me from the first, and what he told me about his sister increased the interest.
She was working for them, therefore of course she was interested.
Certainly she was pretty, and certainly, too, she was interested in him.