English words and Examples of Usage

use "keen" in a sentence

But the SFMTA doesn't appear nearly so keen on purchasing the lot.

Immediately, the youths were keen to show their stories, White said.

Keen: It’s just one of those terms that has lost any kind of meaning.

And on a Wednesday morning in early November, Wallace was keen to walk.

Keen Ice, one of his expected seven challengers, shared the same plane.

Wolf spiders don't spin webs, but are adept hunters with keen eyesight.

However, others weren't so keen on her trying to lead a normal lifestyle.

Obama may also be keen to hear the latest from Merkel on the Greek talks.

Be keen to conquer in this holy month and to become exposed to martyrdom.

All three were keen soccer fans who were holidaying together at the beach.

Berlin is particularly keen to avoid any mention of debt relief in a deal.

We're really keen for them to be able to get their vote in, Maudsley said.

Some want Israel to intervene in a conflict that it is keen to keep out of.

He had a free spirit others didn't," explained fellow translator Ruth Keen.

You aren't about to get many keen-sighted artificial intelligences just yet.

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