But they cannot turn out artists; only people all agog to acquire titles, recognised positions, and privileges.
For the next week the Osbornes were agog with excitement and interest.
The secret had been carefully communicated to the other gangs, and the country was agog from one end to the other.
The Indian children are very quiet, but they are agog with interest.
You remembered well enough when you came back all agog with the news.
Stingaree had crossed the Murray, and all Victoria was agog with the news.
Members were all agog to hear what the Government might have to say about the Peace-terms announced this morning.
Because the fellow's so agog that he doesn't know what he says!
The richness of the find surpassed anything ever before found and the whole country was agog.
He was agog with joy and eagerness to tell her the good news.
full of excitement or interest; eager, keen
Old French en gogues 'in mirth'
used with on, upon, for, with, about
"in a state of desire; in a state of imagination; heated with the notion of some enjoyment; longing" [Johnson], c.1400, perhaps from Old French en gogues "in jest, good humor, joyfulness," from gogue "fun," of unknown origin.