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Agog vs. Agape

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  • Agog (adjective)

    In eager desire, eager, astir.

  • Agog (adjective)

    Wide open.

  • Agog (adverb)

    In a state of high anticipation, excitement, or interest.

  • Agape (adjective)

    In a state of astonishment, wonder, expectation, or eager attention; as with mouth hanging open.

  • Agape (adjective)

    Wide open.

  • Agape (adverb)

    In a state of astonishment, wonder, expectation, or eager attention.

  • Agape (adverb)

    Open wide.

  • Agape (noun)

    The love of God for mankind, or the benevolent love of Christians for others.

  • Agape (noun)

    Spiritual, altruistic, beneficial love which wills good for others.

  • Agape (noun)

    A Church in connection with the Eucharist.

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  • Agog (adjective)

    very eager or curious to hear or see something

    "Papa was agog with curiosity"

    "I'm all agog"

  • Agape (adjective)

    (of a person's mouth) wide open in surprise or wonder

    "Downes listened, mouth agape with incredulity"

  • Agape (noun)

    Christian love, as distinct from erotic love or simple affection.

  • Agape (noun)

    a communal meal held in Christian fellowship.

Oxford Dictionary
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  • Agog (adjective)

    In eager desire; eager; astir.

  • Agape (adverb)

    Gaping, as with wonder, expectation, or eager attention.

  • Agape (noun)

    The love feast of the primitive Christians, being a meal partaken of in connection with the communion.

Webster Dictionary
  • Agog (adjective)

    highly excited

  • Agape (noun)

    (Greek) love (especially love that is spiritual and selfless in nature)

  • Agape (noun)

    a religious meal shared as a sign of love and fellowship

  • Agape (adjective)

    with the mouth wide open as in wonder or awe;

    "the gaping audience"

    "we stood there agape with wonder"

    "with mouth agape"

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