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Correct spelling for INTERESTEED
We think the word interesteed is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for interesteed
- Uninterested(Definition of uninterested)
- Interest(Definition of interest)
- Untested(Definition of untested)
- Interstate(Definition of interstate)
- Interested(Definition of interested)
- Interesting(Definition of interesting)
He had no attention to spare for the consideration of her own problem and ambition, and she was too honourable to his interests, and too devoted to him in his interests, to bother him with hers.
At the same time"-he smiled ruefully-"there is such a thing as being so disinterested that one may seem uninterested.
I didn't suppose i should ever take so much interest in anything.
Her father was laying down the law on interstate commerce to his guest at the moment, and it was a subject on which he never tired.
The next day general le courbe, to whom the emperor had just entrusted an important command, wrote to him, to demand several favours, and in addition a hundred and fifty thousand francs, as arrears of pay, in order to discharge his debts.
Are you not interested yourself in being one of that well-known line?"
We also see the fort ancients begin to borrow heavily from almost every culture with whom they interacted.
Although it is a large island, there is only one white man on it, and he far away from here, so no doubt i was an interesting object.
Lyndsay, who had been writing in the cabin, now came upon deck, and enquiring of the second mate what was going on, ran forward, and warmly interceded for the boy, telling the captain and mate in no measured terms what he thought of their conduct.