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Interested

Common misspellings for interested:

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Definition of interested:

Usage examples for interested

  1. Presently he saw something that at once interested him. – Leo the Circus Boy by Ralph Bonehill
  2. " Charlie has been with us a little over four years," returned Constance, in answer to Marjorie's interested questions. – Marjorie Dean High School Freshman by Pauline Lester
  3. And I suppose Mrs. Venables will talk about father's books, as she's so interested; so let's read them. – The Furnace by Rose Macaulay
  4. We aren't interested in enough things, Betty. – The Furnace by Rose Macaulay

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“ermine”

An animal much like the weasel, and valued for its snowy white fur; the fur of the crmine, usually studded with black tufts such as tip its tail; the dignity of a judge, whose state robes were adorned with ermine in emblem of purity of administration; a white field with black spots, representing justice symbolically.

An animal of the weasel kind, of a white colour, the fur of which, as being used for the robes of judges, is often employed to denote the office or dignity of a judge; an emblem of purity and of honour without stain.