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  • But so eager and so resolute! (4)
  • The wish was rather eager than lasting. (4)
  • Jackson turned away from her eager eyes. (13)
  • Maybe, I was too eager with Captain Risk. (18)
  • The hand must be eager that plucked them. (10)
  • Ladies, go on, and oblige an eager listener. (9)
  • She seemed to be in the middle of some eager speech. (4)
  • She seemed eager to be rid of us; was barely hospitable. (10)
  • Then he was eager to free his mind of its intolerable burden. (13)
  • Elizabeth was eager with her thanks and assurances of happiness. (4)
  • My other eager thirstful self I shook off like a thing worn out. (10)
  • His attention was now fully aroused, his gaze eager and imperative. (1)
  • There he installed her, with an eager look that she would not notice. (10)
  • When De Tracy set sail a throng of eager young nobles accompanied him. (19)
  • And she was doubly eager whenever he mentioned his plans for the future. (13)
  • Bingley was ready, Georgiana was eager, and Darcy determined, to be pleased. (4)
  • He was one of a pack; many were ahead of him, the whole of them were eager. (10)
  • When the time came for them to leave Venice, Mr. Orson was even eager to go. (9)
  • Wolfe was now eager to push on to Quebec, but he had to wait nearly a year. (19)
  • Her little resolute face under its copper crown was suspiciously eager and aglow. (8)
  • The theme caught the man most eager to go home, and fired the brain most fagged. (13)
  • Eager to advance to the little antechamber, he allowed Aennchen to wait behind him. (10)
  • She looked round then; her face was quiet enough, but her eyes were strangely eager. (8)
  • Why, for instance, her heart ached so some days and felt light and eager other days? (8)
  • In all this havoc there is much to shock and jar even the most eager and adventurous. (8)
  • That was two years ago, and by this time he was eager for almost any kind of change. (13)
  • If he were a little spoilt by such universal, such eager admiration, who could wonder? (4)
  • Her face was calm now, faintly smiling, a little eager, provocative in its joy of life. (8)
  • The streets were the world above to Wilfrid; he was eager to hear of the doings in them. (10)
  • But surely the crew are we, Eager or stamped or bowed; Counted thinner at fall of the leaf. (10)
  • And once more she gives him that soft eager look, and once more averts it as he turns to her. (8)
  • I am not indebted for my present happiness to your eager desire of expressing your gratitude. (4)
  • In any matter that concerned literary morals he was more than eager to profit by another eye. (9)
  • No delusion is older, none apparently so promising, both parties being eager for the alliance. (10)
  • She was very willing outwardly, and in her heart most eager; but Carlo bade the rowers push off. (10)
  • The doorways were crowded, and the windows dense with eager faces peering out of the draped bunting. (9)
  • She was sensible and clever; but eager in everything: her sorrows, her joys, could have no moderation. (4)
  • Guns protrude from many pockets and their owners are eager for a chance to brandish or discharge them. (21)
  • Wavy tree-tops, yellow whins, Shelter eager minikins, Myriads, free to peck and pipe: Would you better? (10)
  • At a social gathering he observed near him several young men engaged in eager but whispered conversation. (12)
  • Eight ships, packed close with brave soldiers eager for the fray, were shattered to pieces in the black fog. (19)
  • Her face was charming, with eager, hazel-grey eyes, a bright colour, and fluffy hair the colour of ripe nuts. (8)
  • He was now eager to be gone; he had broken with habit, and he wished to put all traces of the past out of sight. (9)
  • He took her hand with eager friendliness, and at her impulse began to move away to the end of the piazza with her. (9)
  • In the same low, eager voice, and the same close neighbourhood, he went on, reurging the same questions as before. (4)
  • Merthyr lifted his telescope and perceived an eager air about the men, though they stood ranged in careless order. (10)
  • She was sick of personal freedom, tired of the exercise of her will, only too eager to give herself to her beloved. (10)
  • His pity for her, and his eager championship, overwhelmed the spirit of compassion for the foolish wretched husband. (10)
  • I was guided, to a hitching post in the main street of the town, where eager crowds awaited the arrival of the parade. (21)
  • There in the drawing-room doorway stood Irene, her eyes were wild and eager, her lips were parted, her hands outstretched. (8)
  • It is the Markgrafin, my good aunt, would speak wid you, and she can no English-only she is eager to behold you, and come! (10)
  • Coffee is gulped down eager throats, and the return to the train is made with hands and pockets overflowing with sandwiches. (21)
  • It is age which is tremulously eager in these matters, and cannot wait with the fine patience of nature in her growing moods. (9)
  • The $3000 promised him will lead him on to new hopes in extravagance and he will be eager for more when he gets his full share. (18)
  • Down these hillmen pour like cattle Sniffing pasture: grim below, Showing eager teeth of battle, In his spear-heads lies the foe. (10)
  • Emma listened with the warmest concern; grieved for her more and more, and looked around eager to discover some way of being useful. (4)
  • A number of nobles and gentlemen, moreover, belonging to some of the proudest families in France, went with him, eager for adventure. (19)
  • His mother had followed their quick parley with eager looks, as if she were trying to keep her intelligence to its work concerning them. (9)
  • As if she stood before him, he could see the shadows underneath her eyes that he had dreamed of kissing, the eager movements of her lips. (8)
  • Expensive equipments are necessary for newspapers when they intend to do great works and the public is eager to see what is going to happen. (16)
  • As he looked forward with eager anticipation to the future, he studied the past with an eye newly alive to the treasures of its buried culture. (3)
  • Bernhardt, a thrill of the rich expectation which cannot fail to precede the rise of any curtain upon any Hamlet passed through my eager frame. (9)
  • Soon after six Eleanor entered her room, eager to show attention or give assistance where it was possible; but very little remained to be done. (4)
  • Here they were, at such close quarters that their black, eager eyes easily pierced the pockets full of cigarettes which we had brought for them. (9)
  • Sufficient booty was captured to cover the cost of this expedition, and the New Englanders returned flushed with triumph and eager for a more daring blow. (19)
  • He was above all eager for a demonstration of high courage and fearless insistence upon national supremacy, when the country seemed rocking with inconstancy. (14)

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Definition of eager:

  • eager, ‘gr, adj. excited by desire: ardent to do or obtain: (_obs._) earnest: keen, severe, sour, acid, bitter. | adv. ea’gerly. | n. ea’gerness. (0)

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