Thesaurus / eager

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

"A quarter of a mile further upstream there's an old wood-road," he went on, in answer to Fred's eager query.
Lily tossed the missile into the other girl's lap, for she was too eager to open her own two letters to cause any further delay.
Who could resist the smiles of the chalk-faced females of Cash Street, all eager to laud his bravery.
They sought each other with eager arms, clung together, pressing close, without further speech.
THE PATRIOTANTONIO FOGAZZARO
We knew some mischief was afoot, and they were so eager on it that we came up unnoticed.
THE FREE RANGERSJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
She asked him, her eager eyes uplifted to his face, her small hands clasped, wondering and hope bursting into instant full dawn.
Eager to warn the traveller of what she had seen, she touched her.
THE ANGEL OVER THE RIGHT SHOULDERELIZABETH WOOSTER STUART PHELPS
Again he cast his eager eyes across that great waste of water—and his heart nearly stopped beating.
She saw him at last and welcomed him with an eager impulsiveness—for she knew now that she had been unjust to him at Laufingen.
Dick drove back to Bond Street in great elation, eager for more duels.
THE ROAD TO PARISROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS

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