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Synonyms for interest

Synonyms for interest

mental acquisitiveness

curiosity about or attention to someone or something

something that contributes to or increases one's well-being

a right or legal share in something

to arouse the interest and attention of

Synonyms for interest

a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something

a reason for wanting something done

Synonyms

the power of attracting or holding one's attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.)

a fixed charge for borrowing money

(usually plural) a social group whose members control some field of activity and who have common aims

a diversion that occupies one's time and thoughts (usually pleasantly)

be on the mind of

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It is still a taboo within KANU to openly declare interest in the top job while the occupant is still active.
"People may choose when they purchase the bond to not declare interest earnings as they accrue, so earnings are tax-deferred until you redeem the bond or it matures, whichever comes first," says Sheila Nelson, of the Treasury Department's Savings Bond Division.
Once the process has been finalised, he said, the tender will be publicised to afford members of the public, especially contractors, an opportunity to declare interest to do the project.
The office, covering the western part of the Midlands, will be based in the Black Country, with a remit which includes a clamp-down on UK residents who fail to declare interest from overseas bank accounts or rents from their overseas properties.
But when his affairs were investigated it was learned that he had failed to declare interest from two other accounts in Jersey and the Isle of Man, one of which handled the finances of Burke's company.
Bureau officer No6 said that Burke failed to declare interest for two years.