eager

(redirected from eagerly)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms.

eager

[′ē·gər]
(design engineering)
References in periodicals archive ?
Talking to ANI, Mahantesh said, "We are eagerly waiting for a final update from them.
On Lebanon, Rice said, "We are eagerly waiting the formation of the Lebanese government, and this is something the Lebanese people have to achieve.
Film fans eagerly await the annual updates of John Willis & Barry Monush's Screen World (Volume 56, 2005 = 155783668X, $24.
Mentioning Bridgend during his first song, So Far So Good, raised a cheer and he soon had them chanting eagerly during 18 'Til I Die.
No wonder Latin American nations are eagerly wooing the world's newest superpower, both as a parking spot for some of China's staggering $600 billion in foreign reserves and as a welcome counterweight to Western nations.
While a decision may have been issued by the time you read this, that eagerly anticipated ruling may, ironically, have little impact on the community of Dover itself.
And for song and spectacle, there's always the eagerly awaited Barbra Streisand: The Television Specials ($59.
diplomats are eagerly trying to convince the world that--in the words of David Oberwetter; our ambassador to Riyadh--"Saudi Arabia has turned the corner," a series of annual reports from nongovernmental organizations are telling a different story.
From the KLIATT starred review of the hardcover book, January, 2005: "Fans of this delightful series will eagerly grab this third part.
The food service professionals eagerly snatched up several VRG handouts, including one on reading nutritional labels, and asked questions about vegetarian diets.
Cameron is the principal keeper of the lighthouse and he has been alone on the island so long that he is eagerly awaiting the boat that is bringing his new assistant.
and her cohorts and the quirky characters they deal with will hold the reader's attention throughout, eagerly turning pages to read what happens next.