Further details about why he has remained, at least temporarily, in China, will be eagerly awaited.
Since the app's inception, the fashion industry has been eagerly using it's photo abilities to promote and share ideas.
A stunned and tantalized Chinese public is now eagerly awaiting Gu Kailai's day in court.
Such a move could anger Congress and would likely not include the most eagerly sought gun-control reforms.
It was a time when the World Series was far and away the most eagerly anticipated event in sports.
The girls turned and came forward, one eagerly, the other rather unwillingly.
Exclusion was to me starvation, and I eagerly adopted the counsel of my companion.
It was to the other side that Miranda eagerly called attention.
Here was an opportunity not to be neglected, and it was eagerly seized upon.
"You mustn't, Fabian," said Henri, eagerly clutching Fabian's sleeve.
late 13c., "strenuous, ardent, fierce, angry," from Old French aigre "sour, acid; harsh, bitter, rough; eager greedy; lively, active, forceful," from Latin acrem (nominative acer) "keen, sharp, pointed, piercing; acute, ardent, zealous" (see acrid).
Meaning "full of keen desire" (early 14c.) seems to be peculiar to English. The English word kept an alternative meaning of "pungent, sharp-edged" till 19c. (e.g. Shakespeare's "The bitter clamour of two eager tongues," in "Richard II"). Related: Eagerly; eagerness.