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Sunday, April 23, 2006

Definitions for agog

  1. Full of excitement or interest; in eager desire; eager, keen.

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Citations for agog
Kobe Bryant left the Minnesota Timberwolves agog after a series of eye-popping moves in a game last week. , New York Times
He was now so interested, quite so privately agog, about it, that he had already an eye to the fun it would be to open up to her afterwards. Henry James, The Ambassadors
Origin of agog
1535-1545
Agog derives from Middle French en gogues, "in mirth; lively."