Agog ( adjective , adverb )

(As an adjective)

Agog ( adjective )

Eager or excited to do something.

Origin:

From the old french word "agogues" meaning eager or excited.

Examples:

  1. The children were agog with excitement to open their presents.
  2. She was agog to hear the news.
  3. He was agog to start his new job.
  4. The crowd was agog for the show to begin.
  5. The audience was agog with anticipation for the performance.

(As an adverb)

Agog ( adverb )

Eager or excited to do something.

Origin:

From the old french word "agogues" meaning eager or excited.

Examples:

  1. The children were agog with excitement to open their presents.
  2. She was agog to hear the news.
  3. He was agog to start his new job.
  4. The crowd was agog for the show to begin.
  5. The audience was agog with anticipation for the performance.
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