Sentence for eagerness | Use eagerness in a sentence

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  • Rather colourless-no light, no eagerness! (8)
  • He smarted with his eagerness. (10)
  • Mountfalcon asked with eagerness. (10)
  • Her tremors had passed into eagerness. (8)
  • He stuck it out with abrupt eagerness. (10)
  • Rhoda looked at him with distressful eagerness. (10)
  • In his eagerness, his foot just effleured my robe. (10)
  • Her eagerness for news of our doings was insatiable. (10)
  • There was nothing to alarm me save my own eagerness. (10)
  • Leonardo at one wing watches the eagerness of Michiella. (10)
  • With eagerness she embraced the thought of self-effacement. (8)
  • She exhibited no sign of eagerness for his statement of facts. (10)
  • It seemed half maniacal, it was so ridged with bright eagerness. (10)
  • It seemed half maniacal, it was so ridged with bright eagerness. (22)
  • The same warmth of heart, the same eagerness of fancy and spirits. (4)
  • He watched her bending head, and his eagerness was changed to gloom. (8)
  • And he did for several strokes, looking at her with rueful eagerness. (8)
  • But they tried to dissemble their eagerness in a fashionable tardiness. (9)
  • His comrade inquired with the utmost eagerness what that chance might be. (10)
  • Taken by surprise she smiled with an eagerness that she at once regretted. (12)
  • Twice was he called almost from the door by her eagerness to have him gone. (4)
  • Fulkerson tried to hide the eagerness with which he met these agreeable views. (9)
  • His resolution of leaving Churchhill is consistent with his general eagerness. (4)
  • Hungry men have eaten husks; they have not betrayed eagerness for such dry stuff. (10)
  • His fingers tightened in his agitation and eagerness to make his great discovery known. (8)
  • He perceived the insane eagerness through her mask, and despised it, pitying the woman. (10)
  • In his half-homeless condition, Lowell looked with eagerness to his summers in England. (14)
  • Old Tom pursed his lips, and eyed his brother incredulously, but with curious eagerness. (10)
  • Looking over his shoulder in a delighted eagerness, she suddenly gave it a scornful push. (10)
  • She had no thought of value, but only an eagerness to feel herself possessor of something. (10)
  • Dan Mavering came with him, running forward with a polite eagerness at sight of Mrs. Pasmer. (9)
  • Eagerness, and a sort of languor, were running in her veins; she did not look at him from under her shady hat. (8)
  • The fleeing of so important a man looked vile, now that they were sharpened by new eagerness. (10)
  • With what eagerness he had hurried back; and, entering softly as a cat, had heard her playing. (8)
  • He urged his eagerness to ask whether he might indeed have the satisfaction of naming to-morrow. (10)
  • With less alarm and greater eagerness she seized a second, a third, a fourth; each was equally empty. (4)
  • She looked at them with an eagerness that might have seemed absurd to anyone who saw her standing there. (8)
  • She showed no signs of agitation at the sight of her visitor, nor any eagerness to hear news of Miltoun. (8)
  • With all the eagerness which such a transition gives, Emma resolved to be out of doors as soon as possible. (4)
  • Arabella gazed at him with distressful eagerness, as one who believes in the lingering of a vestige of candour. (10)
  • He appeared to have an eagerness in hurrying her to produce, and she had to say that she was not a nimble writer. (10)
  • His father quietly helped him to soup, which he commenced gobbling with an eagerness that might pass for appetite. (10)
  • The general smiled, but with a kind of tremulous eagerness which might have been pathetic to any one who liked him. (9)
  • But the person who advanced was now near enough to see her, and stepping forward with eagerness, pronounced her name. (4)
  • From their youthful companionship, their eagerness, their confidence in him, he had known so much warmth and pleasure. (8)
  • Then he went to wash his own hands, carelessly ignoring the eagerness with which his wife pursued him to their chamber. (9)
  • A certain eagerness of her own in speaking of it sharpened her clear features as if they were cutting through derision. (10)
  • During their long ride he had been silent, although his face showed the pathetic eagerness of his thoughts and feelings. (12)
  • Now would he close an eye, or move two fingers, but of other motion made he none, yet the people gazed at him with eagerness. (10)
  • She looked forward to these with intense eagerness, and pushed everything that interfered with preparation into the background. (8)
  • And she sat scarcely breathing, abstracted from consciousness of those about her, soft and still, radiating warmth and eagerness. (8)
  • And in her eagerness to restrain him she unconsciously laid her gentle hand upon his arm, and took the force of motion out of him. (10)
  • From him, as a garment drops from a man, dropped all his strange soberness; he became in a single instant one fluttering eagerness. (8)
  • For if she was mysterious to him, what was he not to her, with his eagerness, and his dreaminess, his youthful warmth, his innocence! (8)
  • Elizabeth said as little to either as civility would allow, and sat down again to her work, with an eagerness which it did not often command. (4)
  • But soon the infinite incongruity of this juxtaposition began to produce within one a curious eagerness, a sort of half-philosophical delight. (8)
  • The sigh touched him, and he suggested a carriage-ride through the city; she assented with eagerness, for it was what she had been thinking of. (9)
  • The policemen keeping the people, in line behind the ropes which restrained them trembled with eagerness; the faces of some of the troopers twitched. (9)
  • As they were going forth the mountaineer accompanied them to the step on the threshold, and with a mysterious eagerness in his eyes, addressed Agostino. (10)

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