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  • There was no music now, but she seemed like she was still dancing as she ran her hands up and down his bare arms, tracing designs with eager-eyed grace.

    Realism in Fantasy (Sex) - Cecilia Tan Guest Post

  • The arrival of a fresh, eager-eyed new recruit (a six-foot-tall dwarf named Carrot - long story) whose relaxed and literal approach to policing (such arresting the head of the Thieves' Guild for being a thief) is another headache for Vimes to deal with.

    Wertzone Classics: Guards! Guards! by Terry Pratchett

  • Gudrun had a daughter by Sigurd hight Swanhild; she was the fairest of all women, eager-eyed as her father, so that few durst look under the brows of her; and as far did she excel other woman-kind as the sun excels the other lights of heaven.

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • They looked adorable, eager-eyed for the uncertainty-fueled First Day of School.

    Dan Brown: The First Day of "The Great Expectations School"

  • In a city known for its revolving door of young professionals, graduate students and eager-eyed Hill staffers, many a mobile phone number proves that home is where the cell is.

    February 2006

  • He gestured at the salon thronged with eager-eyed young women, fluttering fans, gazing worshipfully up at whatever man was paying them attention.

    A Wicked Gentleman

  • The world was fresh and new, and Jack with it, all dewdrop eager-eyed, truly footloose and fancy free.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Would I have been an eager-eyed middle-aged fellow, terribly receptive to all their personalities, and so on?

    Summer of Deliverance

  • Mr. Hale is nearing forty, a tight-skinned, eager-eyed intellectual.

    The Crucible

  • Every man had his gun out and was eager-eyed for what might happen next.

    The Boy Ranchers in Death Valley or Diamond X and the Poison Mystery

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