Third-person singular simple present indicative form of interest.(verb)
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Use "interests" in a sentence
"They invariably used the term _economic conditions_, and the careful reader will not fail to perceive that although economic conditions produce interests which form the basis of class divisions, it is not unusual for men to act contrary to their personal _interests_ as a result of existing"
"They should feel that their interests and those of the teacher, the board, and the taxpayers who support the school are all _common interests_, and that only as the pupils do their part will the interests of all be conserved."
"Beyan says she is willing to work with other parties, but only if such collaboration does not compromise what she calls the interests of Liberians."