more interested

[ in-ter-uh-stid, -truh-stid, -tuh-res-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF more interested
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She was brighter than she had been for days, more interested.

A person of low taste, more interested in himself than in me.

"My own early passion," said Maltravers, more and more interested.

He was more interested in the science of the bow than in the sport of it.

Am I more interested in that star, Amalia, than in any other of the bright host?

He couldn't have been more interested if it had been somethin' of his own.

Well, don't let us be more interested for them than they are for themselves!

Let us turn from him to another, in whose fortunes we are more interested.

She was more elated than touched, and more interested than either.

We all of us have an idea that Providence is more interested in us than in other persons.