Correct spelling for INERESTED

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Possible correct spellings for inerested

  • Insisted
  • Mrs. cliff insisted that edna should not go back to the monterey, and captain horn agreed to this plan, for he did not at all wish any womankind on the monterey in her present condition.

  • Interested(Definition of interested)
  • The galactics were by no means interested in bringing civilization to the barbarians of earth, either.

  • Arrested(Definition of arrested)
  • I was too proud to force my company on her, and made as though to pass with a bow; but her face arrested me.

  • Invested
  • Quite as striking an illustration of the fact that capital is international, and will be invested in ships or other enterprises which promise profit quite heedless of sentimental considerations of flags, was afforded by the purchase in 1901 of the leyland line of british steamships by an american.

  • Ingested
  • These fragments invariably contain pieces of epidermis from ingested plants.

  • Inserted
  • A bundle of these is then taken up in the left hand, and, while with the right the first three sorts are inserted between the fingers, the fourth is held between the thumb and forefinger.

  • Encrusted
  • To walter he handed a dagger, with a handle so encrusted with diamonds that it blazed in the light of a lamp like a single huge stone.

  • Entrusted
  • "the lord cardinal of valencia entrusted me with a letter for you, in answer to your own," i informed her, and from underneath my pillow i drew the package, which during magistri's absence i had abstracted from my boot that i might have it in readiness when she came.

  • Infested
  • We are told that but for flies, for instance, we should be infested with myriads of winged tormentors, insinuating themselves into our meat and drink, and rendering life miserable.

  • Untested(Definition of untested)