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1 a : intellectually alert : having or characteristic of a quick penetrating mind a keen student a keen awareness of the problem also : shrewdly astute a keen assessment

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b : extremely sensitive in perception keen eyes a keen sense of smell
c : sharply contested keen competition keen debate
2 a (1) : showing a quick and ardent responsiveness : enthusiastic a keen swimmer
(2) : eager was keen to begin
b of emotion or feeling : intense the keen delight in the chase — F. W. Maitland
3 : wonderful , excellent a keen idea
4 a : having a fine edge or point : sharp a knife with a keen blade
b : affecting one as if by cutting keen sarcasm
c : pungent to the sense a keen scent

: very enthusiastic or excited about wasn”t keen on going
1 a : to make a loud and long cry of sorrow : to lament with a keen
b : to make a sound suggestive of a loud cry of sorrow a keening siren
2 : to lament, mourn, or complain loudly


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: to utter with a loud wailing voice or wordless cry keened our sorrow — Punch



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Other Words from keen


keenly adverb
keenness ˈkēn-​nəs




keener noun

Synonyms & Antonyms for keen

Synonyms: Adjective

acute, delicate, fine, perceptive, quick, sensitive, sharp

Synonyms: Verb

beef, bellyache, bitch, bleat, carp, caterwaul, complain, crab, croak, fuss, gripe, grizzle, grouch, grouse, growl, grumble, grump, holler, inveigh, kick, kvetch, maunder , moan, murmur, mutter, nag, repine, scream, squawk, squeal, wail, whimper, whine, whinge , yammer, yawp (or yaup ) , yowl

Synonyms: Noun

groan, howl, lament, lamentation, moan, plaint, wail

Antonyms: Verb

crow, delight, rejoice

Antonyms: Noun

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sharp, keen, acute mean having or showing alert competence and clear understanding. sharp implies quick perception, clever resourcefulness, or sometimes questionable trickiness. sharp enough to spot a confidence game keen suggests quickness, enthusiasm, and a penetrating mind. a keen observer of the political scene acute implies a power to penetrate and may suggest subtlety and sharpness of discrimination. an acute sense of style

eager, avid, keen, anxious, athirst mean moved by a strong and urgent desire or interest. eager implies ardor and enthusiasm and sometimes impatience at delay or restraint. eager to get started avid adds to eager the implication of insatiability or greed. avid for new thrills keen suggests intensity of interest and quick responsiveness in action. keen on the latest fashions anxious emphasizes fear of frustration or failure or disappointment. anxious not to make a social blunder athirst stresses yearning but not necessarily readiness for action. athirst for adventure

Examples of keen in a Sentence

Adjective When you”ve been trying to remember something and you suddenly remember it, the mental pleasure is keen . — Ian Frazier , Atlantic , October 2004 Indeed, tobacco processors were keen to promote variety even further by saturating and mixing the cut and spun leaf with a miscellany of spices … — Simon Schama , The Embarrassment of Riches , 1988 But Mary wasn”t keen on braving the Athens streets alone so Magnus went instead; Mary would do a museum in the morning. — John le Carré , A Perfect Spy , 1986 That he took a keen interest in scientific navigation is indicated by his keeping a daybook or journal (which has not survived), and by making an honest effort to determine longitude. — Samuel Eliot Morison , The European Discovery of America , 1971 The keen clear wind swept in on his left cheek, and as he bore on the helm so the Sophie answered, quicker and more nervous than he had expected. — Patrick O”Brian , Master and Commander , 1970 Planting himself squarely before the two tall cowboys who were standing, he looked straight into their lean, bronzed faces. He spared a full moment for that keen cool gaze before he spoke. — Zane Grey , Desert Gold , 1913 She”s a very keen observer of the political world. pilots with especially keen eyesight Verb mourners keening at a funeral victims of the disaster have been keening for weeks about the slowness of governmental aid Noun the loud keens of the widows were heard throughout the war-ravaged city

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Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective Netflix hasn’t seemed especially keen to restrict password sharing in the past. — Rachel Lerman, Anchorage Daily News, “Netflix knows you share your password. It’s testing a way to stop you,” 12 Mar. 2021 Netflix hasn’t seemed especially keen to restrict password sharing in the past. — Washington Post, “Netflix knows you share your password. It’s testing a way to stop you,” 11 Mar. 2021 But, Bishop didn’t seem too keen on working the area with us and promptly drove off. — Durrell Smith, Outdoor Life, “It’s Time to Redefine What it Means to ‘Do Our Part’ as Hunters,” 29 Dec. 2020 According to reports from AAA and GasBuddy, the public doesn’t seem keen on taking Fauci’s advice to heart. — Michael Lee, Washington Examiner, “Anthony Fauci says he won”t see his children for the holidays and warns public to do the same,” 17 Dec. 2020 Still, some jurors have not seemed keen to stay for too long. — New York Times, “Only 9 Trials in 9 Months: Virus Wreaks Havoc on N.Y.C. Courts,” 2 Dec. 2020 So, parents weren”t too keen on being charged for the face masks. — Paul Best, Fox News, “British parents not too keen on school charging their kids for face masks: Report,” 25 Nov. 2020 People in Houston and Dallas generally support the idea, although folks in rural Texas – where the railroad will be constructed – aren”t too keen. — Jay R. Jordan, Chron, “Texas Tribune pumps brakes on Abbott”s high-speed rail letter to Japan,” 17 Nov. 2020 In July, Meyer convened an online meeting of airlines and government officials from across the world, most of whom seemed keen to try it out. — Vivienne Walt, Fortune, “The tech startup trying to restore our faith in COVID-free air travel,” 7 Oct. 2020 Recent Examples on the Web: Verb Within two weeks, the tiny black kitten was surrendered by his alleged catnapper, thanks to keen sleuthing work by a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s detective. — Susannah Bryan, sun-sentinel.com, “Rescue kitten stolen in Boca. Why group says he’s bound for ‘kitt-ness protection program’,” 28 Mar. 2021 Republicans keen to deflect attention from Biden”s successful Covid-19 rescue bill and a quickening vaccine drive are flocking to the border. — Stephen Collinson With Tatiana Arias, CNN, “President Joe Biden has got his first big political crisis that is all his own,” 19 Mar. 2021 This arrangement mostly benefits fans of congressional gridlock, but for Democrats keen to pass President Joe Biden’s agenda, which is now moving steadily through the House of Representatives, the filibuster remains a fatal hurdle. — Matt Ford, The New Republic, “Mitch McConnell Doesn’t Care About Saving the Senate,” 16 Mar. 2021 But the group also wasn”t keen on hearing from Trump, indicating messaging from someone outside of the political realm would be more effective. — Maureen Groppe, USA TODAY, “Biden isn”t waiting for Trump”s help to persuade MAGA supporters to get vaccinated,” 16 Mar. 2021 The Riverwalk in the city will be closed Saturday and locals keen to see the spectacle are urged to avoid lingering. — Marlene Lenthang, ABC News, “Despite St. Patrick”s Day COVID restrictions, Chicago River runs green,” 13 Mar. 2021 Those keen to sail away from the Covid-19 pandemic and other travails of the past year can literally do just that this April in beautiful, balmy Bermuda. — Alexandra Kirkman, Forbes, “The Ultimate Spring Break 2021 Escape: An Exclusive Sailing Championship In Beautiful Bermuda,” 25 Feb. 2021 Buyers keen on selecting their home’s finishes, such as countertops and flooring, have an opportunity to bring their vision to life by buying into the new building early. — Dallas News, “Final condo building set for construction,” 28 Feb. 2021 Like Cherry, Chirkun is a Democrat and keen on hunting, usually for deer each fall. — Bill Laitner, Detroit Free Press, “Hunter wants lock-up law in Michigan for guns in homes with young children,” 25 Jan. 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Noun The study revealed that respondents reacted negatively to hypothetical women leaders when they were described as ambitious or having a keen will to power. — Kirsten Garbini, Forbes, “Gender And Leadership: How To Create Change,” 2 Mar. 2021 The hotel sits at the intersection of Downtown Crossing, Beacon Hill, and the Financial District, and is a short walk to Faneuil Hall, Boston Common, the waterfront, and TD Garden for those keen on catching a Celtics or Bruins game. — Travel + Leisure, “Boston Travel Guide,” 1 Mar. 2021 For those keen on eco-friendly options, Weldon Smith suggests steering clear of anything made with a high content of brand new synthetic materials (or virgin materials). — Talia Abbas, Glamour, “27 Best Workout Leggings for Whatever Gets You Moving,” 21 Jan. 2021 But each new development in the case has been chronicled feverishly in a press keen for content on the charismatic midfielder who led Argentina to the 1986 World Cup championship at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. — Patrick J. Mcdonnell, Los Angeles Times, “The life of soccer great Diego Maradona was fit for the tabloids. So is his death,” 3 Dec. 2020 The third and final stage uses stropping discs to create that keen—and safe—edge. Barnett Whitetail Hunter Pro Crossbow Package—Now $500 (was $600). — The Editors, Field & Stream, “The Best Cabela’s Cyber Monday Deals: Early Bargains Before the Holiday,” 16 Nov. 2020 Working out with Series 6 Since the Series 6 isn”t scientifically approved to be a medical device, its best described as a fitness device for those keen on tracking their calories burned, workout intensity and overall wellness. — Dalvin Brown, USA TODAY, “Apple Watch Series 6: Is it worth it to upgrade?,” 25 Sep. 2020 The picture of post-lockdown Britain that is beginning to emerge is of a society keen to return to something like its roots. — Natasha Khullar Relph, The Christian Science Monitor, “Once struggling, Britain’s corner shops give comfort to UK shoppers,” 21 Sep. 2020 After several days of peaceful protests turning into violence, police, on June 2, 2020, enforced a curfew on a group keen to violate it. — M.l. Elrick, Detroit Free Press, “Protesters gather in Detroit for public tribunal of police,” 20 June 2020

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