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There is something, we hope, more interesting to be talked about.

"Brigands of the Moon" is getting more and more interesting.

Who can deny that reformers are more interesting than preservers?

Well, then, he said, I think that the myth will be more interesting.

But are there not a thousand more interesting things that we might speak of?

The development of the moral qualities is a more interesting problem.

But she looked prettier and more interesting than ever, and she knew it.

More interesting than any of these cloisters are the long dormitory passages.

We think there could not be a more interesting paper published.

Other men were more interesting, and he himself was rather reserved in his manner to me.