eager[ ee-ger ]SEE DEFINITION OF eager
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EAGER
He was eager now to be off, and the time would hang heavily.
The unfermented wine of another spring day came to his eager nostrils.
There are twenty men who will be eager to comply with the wishes of their minister.
How pale and eager their faces looked as they bent above him!
Miss Wilder listened attentively to Grace's eager outpouring.
Not being a knowledge of the whole truth it should be humble, tolerant, and eager to expand.
It is as eager on behalf of the man behind a counter as on that of him who is governing a country.
In such directions, Aggie was the leader, an eager, joyous one always.
You don't give me time, and you are so eager that it is difficult to be beforehand with you on the subject.
Its attributes of youth are the activity and eager life with which it is redundant.