Eagerly [adverb]

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During the campaign, Emhoff was an indefatigable campaign surrogate, so eager to raise his hand to help that campaign staff often found themselves looking for more he could do, rather than pleading with him to add something to his schedule.

The veterans themselves are eager to have someone else to see.

Guidance offered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had no regulatory power and was sometimes disregarded by local and state governments eager to reopen.

Not least of which because it will be near-impossible to get one in the next month or so, making the possibility of unwrapping a PS5 a remote one for eager youths.

For marketplaces that find traction, investors are eager to fund them.

Russell said the Housing Federation is eager to partner with Gloria or Bry on efforts to educate San Diegans about affordable housing and the need for more funding for it.

Tim Charles, the hospital’s chief executive, said he was eager to help.

According to a 2020 impact survey conducted by Thor Industries, nearly 50 percent of respondents said they were still planning trips in October, a clear indication that consumers are eager to make up for lost time.

If a last-minute event can bring in hundreds of eager participants, he sees no reason why, in a few years time, the race field couldn’t swell to ten or eleven thousand people.

Modern Retail spoke with leaders of four digital advertising agencies, two of whom said they have seen an increase in e-commerce clients eager to test out advertising on TikTok since the threat of TikTok getting banned seems to have subsided.