overeager

[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvəɹˈiːɡɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈoʊvɝˌiɡɝ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. excessively eager
    overeager in his pursuit of the girl
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How To Use overeager In A Sentence

  • Tony seems harmless enough, until his overeager wooing of Theresa flares into full-scale stalking.
  • Over the past seven days the specter of terrorism has re-emerged from the grave to which it had been consigned by some overeager commentators on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • Doula Jen, as Sarah had nicknamed her, arrived at our house to find one overeager student with freshly sharpened pencils and a crisp new notepad. Times Two
  • Part of the problem has been the overeagerness of McDonald's franchisees to start selling Smoothies. McDonald's Cuts Aggressive Smoothie Promos Ahead of U.S. Launch
  • Cracked fibreglass could be the result of overeager meetings with speed bumps.
  • Looks like reports of a Windows update causing a Black Screen of Death were just an antivirus company trying to get some free press, and overeager reporters willing to play along. A girl welcomes Cthulhu (link roundup)
  • • Video of an overeager fanboy charging the pearly gates and getting denied! Boing Boing
  • He had seemed a bit overeager for conversation, hungry for it, and perhaps that was the shadow of what was coming. So If You See The Vulture Coming
  • But then, too, there are the desperate or overeager music companies, which have marketed and licensed music so that it has become ever more freely atmospheric.
  • I'm not sure that sort of overeager boosterism is really necessary, though he certainly does share some overlapping qualities with those creators. Robot reviews: The Collected Doug Wright | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
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