Interest and Sake

Interest

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Interest noun – The state of doing well especially in relation to one's happiness or success.
Usage example: make no mistake: she's determined to act in her own interest in this business deal

Sake is a synonym for interest in favor topic. In some cases you can use "Sake" instead a noun "Interest", when it comes to topics like advantage. popular alternative
Nearby Words: interested, interesting, interestingly
Synonyms for Interest

Sake

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Sake noun – A reason for wanting something done.
Usage example: died for the sake of his country

Interest is a synonym for sake in benefit topic. You can use "Interest" instead a noun "Sake", if it concerns topics such as purpose, favor, advantage. popular alternative
Synonyms for Sake

How words are described

old old interest old sake
special special interest special sake
best best interest best sake
common common interest common sake
Other adjectives: sole.

Both words in one sentence

  • Of course this can be a paradoxical advantage as not wanting the item in question, and having no interest in haggling for its own sake, is a very strong bargaining position for a buyer.
  • Heävy Mëtal Ümlaut The name is strictly for puns sake - ADAC Motorwelt is the journal of the ADAC, the largest German car interest club.
  • Film / Legally Blonde Her priorities begin to shift when she develops an interest in studying law for its own sake. Ms.
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