All Adjective Verb
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  • Not having shown interest in religion before, he became interested in religious thought.
  • It is a popular activity for students interested in film production and media.
  • People were much more interested in his ends than in his means.
  • People have become more interested in how their food is produced.
  • Japan had been reported as being interested in the purchase of three aircraft.
  • He was also greatly interested in the school's military training program.
  • The state might be interested in a later retirement age for economic reasons.
  • He grew up in the province, and was interested in politics from a young age.
  • He was more interested in sports and was co-captain of his high school cricket team.
  • He became interested in film after working as a writer.
  • Both interested in music, they decided to form a band.
  • The church conference is an annual meeting of all the officers of the church and any interested members.
  • From an early age, he was interested in natural history.
  • He operated a store but he was more interested in spending money than making it.
  • Ever since, interested persons have been asking what that new something is.
  • The meetings are open and are attended by men interested in the matter at hand.
  • He was also interested in literature and was also a classical music composer.
  • Instead, individual volunteers work on what they are interested in, or have available.
  • Several sources claim that during his studies he was more interested in religion than joining the military.
  • He did well in subjects which interested him, but not otherwise.
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Root form of interested is interest for the verb.

Words starting with interested

Meaning of interested

  • verb Excite the curiosity of; engage the interest of
  • adjective Having or showing interest; especially curiosity or fascination or concern
    an interested audience, interested in sports, was interested to hear about her family, interested in knowing who was on the telephone, interested spectators