Full of keen anticipation or excitement; eager. (adjective)
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Use "agog" in a sentence
"I love the word agog, it sounds like caveman speech."
"In New Zealand, on the other hand, although in agog an Act was passed by which every man between 17 and 55 years of age is liable for service, the Government have lately decided to create a maximum force of 30,000 men, and to secure universal training."
"The image is straight out of National Geographic, circa 1955, complete with white warrior-king bringing civilization to the "agog" villagers of a primitive land."