uneagerly


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uneagerly

(ʌnˈiːɡəlɪ)
adv
in an uneager manner
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As for Jonathan and Hannah's uneagerly awaited nuptials, call me cynical, but I have a horrible feeling they ain't gonna happen.
Young Osann was in love with Adele Schopenhauer (1797-1849), the sister of the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, but his love was not returned and so he uneagerly left Germany.
As Jordan's one woman pimple farm flourished in the stifling humidity, the girl herself continued her commercial for her uneagerly awaited autobiography: How I Slept With The Premier League.
HERE at Sports Betting it must be said that some of the most uneagerly awaited faxes we receive come from Graham Sharpe, Hills' PR man, writes Bruce Millington.
This reviewer listened uneagerly to the longish loop for over thirty minutes, finding the on-screen volume slider to be inoperative.