Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"Alcibiades had a more eager curiosity than yourself," replied Eudora.

"I'm ready," said I, this news making me none the more eager to linger.

Ah, my poor Rose, how I should like to see you more eager and alive!

That it bid fair to be a sad mystery only made her more eager and curious.

She glanced at him with a more eager and girlish expression than he had yet seen on her face.

The more they wagered, the more eager I became to try it, if they would not hurry me.

But Darius was more eager than ever in favor of instantaneous action.

But it made Ernest all the more eager to continue his explorations.

But the men and boys—Portuguese for the most part—were more eager.

The more I think about your story the more eager to listen I become.