Sentence for eagerly | Use eagerly in a sentence

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  • Verrian said, eagerly. (9)
  • She looked about her eagerly. (8)
  • She put the question eagerly. (10)
  • They read eagerly side by side. (8)
  • Patrick was eagerly watchful and dumb. (10)
  • The judge eagerly caught at the notion. (9)
  • He ran back eagerly to know what it was. (9)
  • Carlo read it eagerly and cast it aside. (10)
  • Her mistress was looking for him eagerly. (10)
  • My mother and I opened the purse eagerly. (10)
  • She wondered, and questioned him eagerly; but in vain. (4)
  • Her daughters were eagerly called to partake of her joy. (4)
  • She watched him as eagerly as her shyness would permit. (10)
  • They both eagerly and resolutely declined her invitation. (4)
  • He leaped off his horse eagerly, and fastened him to a sapling. (18)
  • Mrs. Pendyce looked eagerly from her cab, for she too loved a show. (8)
  • Wilfrid sprang to his feet, looking eagerly to the corners of the room. (10)
  • Shirley listened eagerly to what the returned prisoners had to tell him. (19)
  • In spite of all his self-control, Evan breathed quickly and looked eagerly. (10)
  • She could have eaten eagerly still, but she had no ravenous images of food. (10)
  • They are both eagerly biding the time when age will do away with the disguise. (21)
  • Christian reached out for it eagerly, although she was going to give it to him. (12)
  • He stooped eagerly, in his temperate way, to catch sight of her answering face. (10)
  • No wonder that it falls upon him eagerly, butchering him to make a new holiday! (16)
  • Both ladies desired her to be explicit; Arabella, eagerly; Cornelia with distrust. (10)
  • But Mrs Clay was talking so eagerly with Miss Elliot, that she did not hear the appeal. (4)
  • She eagerly scanned every face and at last saw him come with James Wilson, the lawyer. (18)
  • I studied him eagerly, I know, and yet quite unconsciously, and I came to no conclusions. (10)
  • The Countess eagerly assisted Providence to shuffle the company into their proper places. (10)
  • Then while her fingers eagerly tore it open, her heart, the champion rider over-night, sank. (10)
  • And as the train drew closer to their station, he eagerly made ready to jump out and greet her. (8)
  • He studied the country and the people eagerly; he forbore to conduct great military operations. (10)
  • She found the mother of the twins in the meadow by the Main and eagerly devoted herself to them. (5)
  • This increased the mirth of the company, and Margaret was eagerly pressed to say something more. (4)
  • He penned a description of all he had seen, and carried it to France, where it was eagerly read. (19)
  • He eagerly leaned forward, and his long, straight backbone looked longer and straighter than ever. (8)
  • I felt able to give this, and, of course, he eagerly approved; I think he telegraphed his approval. (9)
  • It was a quarter after three by the clock on the mantel; but she had never felt more eagerly awake. (9)
  • She held close to him, and eagerly studied his face and every movement, as one accustomed to masks. (10)
  • On Thursday, the day fixed for his fresh tour of public speaking, he opened the great journal eagerly. (8)
  • For many years they were welcomed in Tortirra with great hospitality and their goods eagerly purchased. (7)
  • Fulkerson stopped, and ran his eyes eagerly over the faces of his three listeners, one after the other. (9)
  • She proposed it to him accordingly; but he did not catch at the measure so eagerly as she had expected. (4)
  • So he resisted no longer, and felt a little foolish as she eagerly and skilfully brushed his trousers. (12)
  • Wilfrid hoped eagerly he might be allowed to hand them to the door, and made three skips across the mire. (10)
  • It seemed so to Clementina, too; she eagerly consented that this was something they must think of, as well. (9)
  • The inmates yawn with the weariness and monotony of it all and eagerly await their last call to the front. (21)
  • While he eagerly pressed these arguments his mother listened stonily, without apparent interest or sympathy. (9)
  • At all times she looks eagerly into our faces as though anxious for some sign or news that would please her. (18)
  • They had made no holiday plans, and he eagerly fell in with her suggestion that they should go down to Hayle. (8)
  • Irene accepted her release from the house eagerly, and was glad to go before and prepare for the family at Lapham. (9)
  • While she was fetching the water her husband approached the dusty horseman and inquired eagerly for news from the front. (1)
  • Violetta looked at him eagerly, as one looks for tidings, with an involuntary beseeching quiver of the strained eyelids. (10)
  • We happen to know that he has opened negotiations with the Holy Synod and is corresponding eagerly with the secret cabinet. (12)
  • He only conditioned that the marriage should not take place before his return, which he was again looking eagerly forward to. (4)
  • One may be determined to find a needle in a dust-heap; one does not with any stiffness of purpose go at a dust-heap eagerly. (10)
  • And he asked me eagerly after Dr. Pusey, for whose conversion the good man had continued ever since to pray night and morning. (2)
  • Thereat he fluttered eagerly a twinkle of time, and the next was down with his beak in the neck of the kite, crimsoned in it. (10)
  • But such as they were, it may well be supposed how eagerly she went through them, and what a contrariety of emotion they excited. (4)
  • This roused a general astonishment; and he had the pleasure of being eagerly questioned by his wife and his five daughters at once. (4)
  • Groups of people stood upon the benches, and looked fixedly in one part of the house; then changed and regarded as eagerly the other. (6)
  • Patrick eagerly put on his shame-face to accept her invitation, protesting that his boldness was entirely due to his delight in music. (10)
  • He said something like, After all a good physician was the great matter; and I eagerly turned his clemency to praise of our family doctor. (9)
  • When the trust lowered the price of its product they eagerly took the advantage offered, then cursed the trust for ruining the small dealer. (7)
  • The result, March eagerly owned, was better than the literary result, and he foresaw that the number would be sold and praised chiefly for its pictures. (9)
  • He loved these obvious joys, and he eagerly strove with the occasions they gave him for the brilliancy which seemed so exhaustless and was so exhausting. (9)
  • Colonel De Craye spied eagerly for an opportunity of exchanging a pair of syllables with the third and fairest party of this glorious expedition to come. (10)
  • Yet these English prisoners thought they saw how Louisburg might be taken, and their hopes were eagerly seized upon and shared by the Governor of Massachusetts. (19)

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