of interest


: attracting attention : interesting
He looked through the available magazines, but found nothing of interest.

Examples of of interest in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web By placing such people within their ethical zone of interest, young Americans risked both their own academic and personal futures and—in the infamous case of Kent State—their lives. Zadie Smith, The New Yorker, 5 May 2024 The stock market breathed a sigh of relief as Fed Chair Jerome Powell eased fears of interest rate hikes amid recent inflation surprises. Detroit Free Press, 4 May 2024 Researchers in China recently discovered two new species of venomous spiders that could be of interest to the medical community. Brendan Rascius, Miami Herald, 2 May 2024 Mosasaurus wasn’t just of interest to researchers, though. Riley Black, Smithsonian Magazine, 2 May 2024 Despite the Fed's flurry of interest rate hikes, inflation remains stubbornly high, with March prices rising 3.5% from a year earlier, fueled by higher housing and gasoline prices. Aimee Picchi, CBS News, 1 May 2024 Police took a subject of interest into custody pending further investigation. Andrea Klick, Kansas City Star, 23 Apr. 2024 Other can’t-miss points of interest include the area’s many waterfalls and The Bascom, which hosts art exhibitions, lectures, and various classes and workshops. Lydia Mansel, Travel + Leisure, 21 Apr. 2024 Binding future owners of interest except in specific circumstances. Catherine Reagor, The Arizona Republic, 19 Apr. 2024

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“Of interest.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/of%20interest. Accessed 18 May. 2024.

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