zealous[ zel-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF zealous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ZEALOUS
He was leaning forward in his eagerness; he looked so zealous to be my champion—so honest!
As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent.
You are too zealous a toad-eater, and betray yourself, Mr Pinch.'
In fact, he has always been a zealous friend and advocate of popular education.
He is a zealous and liberal member of the Second Baptist church.
A legion of hirelings were zealous to show their servility and loyalty to their lords.
On nearly all the tablets the words "zeal" or "zealous" regularly appeared.
He is zealous but not fanatical, but equally superstitious as devout.
It must be remembered that More was a zealous Roman Catholic.
You are in want of a protector; I may yet stand in need of an attached and zealous fellow.