V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: extremely excited or eager about something

Synonyms: excited, eager, enthusiastic

Antonyms: bored, unenthusiastic

Tips: Agog is a more complicated (and somewhat old-fashioned) way of saying "excited," "eager," or "enthusiastic." This word is not commonly used, but is commonly tested on the GRE exam.

Usage Examples:

I was agog about the news of the surprise party. (excited, eager)

We were agog to see what would happen next. (eager, excited)

She was agog when she heard that her favorite actor would be attending the event. (excited, enthusiastic)

The whole family was agog about our upcoming vacation. (excited, enthusiastic)

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