Third-person singular simple present indicative form of interview. (verb)
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Use "interviews" in a sentence
"The New England-bred Miller, in interviews, is all eye rolls, sideways glances and lectures on what's wrong with everybody these days, but the California-native Rahlves is all smiles and handshakes and what's up, dude?"
"Some of the title interviews are just that, a man in a room, talking into a microphone; others are overheard, or pontifications by the men in her life, including her thesis advisor (Timothy Hutton), a neighbor (Will Arnett), and, most devastatingly, a recent ex (played by Krasinski himself)."
"Now, whether people enjoy my interviews is another question."