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Etymology:

From un- +‎ eager.


Adjective:

Adjective uneager (comparative more uneager, superlative most uneager) Not eager. 2000, JG Ballard, Super-Cannes, Fourth Estate 2011, p. 300: The sound of running water came from the bathroom. I listened with my hand on the doorknob, uneager to catch Simone Delage in the act of clipping her toenails.


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Similar Words:

Other words similar to uneager can be found below:

1.uneager
2.uneagerly
3.uneared
4.unearned
5.unearned income
6.unearnt
7.unearth
8.unearthing
9.unearthliness
10.unearthly
11.unease
12.uneasily
13.uneasiness
14.uneasy
15.uneatable
16.uneatably
17.uneaten
18.uneath
19.uneating
20.unebbing
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