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eager adj. avid, zealous, ardent, earnest, keen, enthusiastic, hot, hungry, fervent, fervid, passionate, spirited, inspirited, energetic, energized, vehement, animated, excited, vitalized, stimulated; desirous, yearning, desiring, craving, wanting, longing, itchy, impatient; anxious; Colloq dying, Slang US hot to trot: We were particularly eager to spend our holiday in Spain.
eagerness n.
1 avidity, zeal, earnestness, keenness, enthusiasm, fervour, hunger, vehemence, animation, vitality, appetite, zest, relish, spirit, spiritedness, gusto, verve, dash,
eagle-eyed adj. sharp-eyed, sharp-sighted, keen-eyed, keen-sighted, lynx-eyed, hawk-eyed; perceptive, perspicacious, discerning, sharp, watchful, alert: It would be impossible to deceive our eagle-eyed supervisor.
ear n.
1 attention, heed, notice, regard, consideration: See if you can get his ear for a moment between meetings.
2 sensitivity, appreciation, taste, discrimination: She has an excellent ear for the right expression.
earnest adj.
1 serious, solemn, grave, sober, intense, steady, resolute, resolved, firm, determined, assiduous, sincere, dedicated, committed, devoted, thoughtful: He made an earnest promise to do his best.
2 zealous, ardent, diligent, assiduous, industrious, hard-working, devoted, eager, conscientious, keen, fervent, fervid, enthusiastic, passionate: Burbridge is an earnest pupil.
3 earnest-money. deposit, down payment, binder, handsel, guarantee, security, pledge: The company paid
earnings n.pl. wages, salary, income, compensation, pay, stipend, emolument, proceeds, return, revenue, yield, takings, Slang take: The interest from tax-free bonds was not included in my earnings.
earth n.
1 globe, mother earth, planet, world, blue planet, Terra: Ozone depletion in the upper atmosphere may be threatening life on earth.
2 soil, dirt, loam, sod, clay, turf, ground, mould: Pack the earth firmly around the roots.
earthly adj.
1 terrestrial, terrene, telluric: Extraterrestrial beings might be unable to survive in our earthly atmosphere.
2 worldly, mundane, material, materialistic, physical, non-spiritual, sensual, carnal, fleshly, corporeal, base, natural: He has forsaken earthly pleasures in favour of spiritual pursuits.
3 human, temporal, secular, profane, mortal, physical, non-spiritual, material: His earthly remains were committed to the sea.
4 conceivable, imaginable, feasible, possible: What earthly reason could she have had for kissing me?
ease n.
1 comfort, repose, well-being, relaxation, leisure, rest, contentment, calmness, tranquillity, serenity, peacefulness, peace, peace and quiet: After 50 years of hard work, she felt entitled to a few years of ease.
2 easiness, simplicity, facility, effortlessness, adeptness: He passed the other runners with ease.
3 affluence, wealth, prosperity, luxury, opulence, abundance, plenty: He has always led a life of ease, never having had to work.
4 naturalness, informality, unaffectedness, ingenuousness, casualness, artlessness, insouciance, nonchalance, aplomb; unconcern: I admire the ease with which she converses with complete strangers.
easily adv.
1 smoothly, effortlessly, readily, simply, handily, without a hitch, hands down, without even trying, comfortably, with no or without difficulty, Colloq easy as pie: You can easily tackle the job yourself.
2 by far, beyond or without doubt or question, indisputably, indubitably, undoubtedly, doubtless(ly), unquestionably, clearly, far and away, definitely, definitively, conclusively, certainly, surely, undeniably, obviously, patently: He is easily the best lawyer in the firm.
3 probably, most or very likely, well, almost certainly: We may easily be the first in Hampton to have plaster flamingos on the lawn.
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