agog agog  /ə ˈɡɑɡ/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) highly excited

Usage(s):

  1. Last week the paparazzi was agog in anticipation of the possible public confession of the golfer.
  2. Luther is all aquiver about the new helpline and agog with all the possibilities it holds to serve the needy.
  3. All day long the solar eclipse in the sky, had most of the world agog.

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  • "The town is agog about the Tigers," Harwell said in a phone interview. "The fans haven't had much to cheer about. But now they're winning, and people are coming out of the woodwork. The hard-core fans are ecstatic, and the marginal fans are...
    on Jul 7, 2006 By: Ernie Harwell Source: Seattle Times

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