Eagerness [noun]

Definition of Eagerness:

enthusiasm, anxiousness

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Sentence/Example of Eagerness:

OneWeb seems eager to get back to actively launching the satellites that will make up its 650-strong constellation — it has set December 17 as the target date for its next launch.

Moreover, Bezos and Amazon both have origin stories with the flavor of legend, which would guarantee a large and eager audience.

Within a few days, the group had over 100 members, all eager to participate.

With a couple of marathons and a handful of half-marathons under his race belt, he was eager to tackle his first ultramarathon.

Adobe is planning on optimizing both programs in the coming months, but you can try a version of the optimized Photoshop now in beta if you’re eager to give it a try.

I am both humbled and eager to continue building the winning culture our fans expect and deserve.

With many governments eager to spend money to pull their countries out of recession, research from leading economists showed that focusing on green investments could provide a double win for both economies and the environment.

Gaillard says the team he and Newport work on is eager to combine its results with work by such groups to get a more “complete map” of how brains work.

Recently, she had to tell a neighborhood couple and an eager, particularly fluffy golden doodle that petting would not be an option.

People in Kazakhstan seem more eager to combat mythical external threats than addressing internal, and actually important, issues.