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Correct spelling:
interested
Definition:
INTERESTEDLY.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
interested.
attentive
hanging on every word, on toes, intent, glued, Immersed, concerned, alert, vigilant, Enrapt, Concentrating, observant, Scrutinizing, attentive, enraptured, entranced, heedful, on the qui vive, rapt, on lookout, sharp, mindful, more interested, on one's toes, regardful, careful, watchful, diligent, on the job, absorbed, on the lookout, responsible, cautious, Considering, engrossed, fascinated, Hearkening, all ears, preoccupied, observing.
attracted
Intrigued.
concerned, curious
implicated, awakened, involved, keen, on the case, intent, engrossed, stirred, predisposed, gone, obsessed, attentive, stimulated, Roused, moved, excited, Caught, Inspirited, partisan, partial, absorbed, hooked, touched, impressed, fired, occupied, eat sleep and breathe, biased, open, sympathetic, prejudiced, inspired, Lured, drawn, affected, struck, Attracted, responsive, Enticed, taken, Into, fascinated, sold.
courteous
polite.
curious
prying, overcurious, poking, agape, peeking, curious, snoopy, searching, meddlesome, interfering, Eavesdropping, Disquisitive, questioning, investigative, agog, intrusive, nosy, Peeping, Peering, inquisitive, fascinated.
enthusiastic
eager, hooked, motivated, keen, fervent, born-again, mad about something, wholehearted, avid.
game
hardy, up for.
hearing
listening.
inquisitorial
inquisitorial.
involved with
concerned.
noun
interested
concerned, curious, involved, fascinated.
verb
attracted
Intrigued.
hearing
listening.
questioning
inquiring.
Examples of usage:
  1. You seem very much interested in her. – The House of Martha by Frank R. Stockton
  2. Didn't seem to think Jean would be interested. – Penny Plain by Anna Buchan (writing as O. Douglas)
  3. It was a country, he said, which interested him more the more he knew of it. – The Crown of Life by George Gissing
  4. But how comes it you are so interested in him? – Roger Ingleton, Minor by Talbot Baines Reed
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