English words and Examples of Usage

use "eager" in a sentence

I think that's the right thing to do, to refrain from being too eager.

Representatives said they are eager to work with lawmakers - to a point.

By staying a bit desirous we are more ambitious, more eager, more alert.

MacMichael says he's eager to discuss his idea with those two companies.

He woke up every day asking, "What we do today?" with eager anticipation.

Still, both schools have sought to show they're eager to do what they can.

Yes, Peters is eager to move on, toward the promise of an NFL future.

They were eager to provide the weapons, he said, "while we provided the dead."

The adopters were eager to take him home, but Frodo fell ill before they could.

You may benefit from a discount too as sellers are eager to unload their homes.

You only have to jump to another screen if you're eager to make in-depth tweaks.

But there are numerous other people eager to tell the story of the reluctant hero.

Durst's lawyers have said that he's eager to prove he's innocent in Berman's death.

The bottom fishers eager to pick up some of these names at bargain prices are many.

Kentlake coach Scott Simmons is eager to see just how far that might be this season.

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