Keen-on sentence examples

  • I am keen on the reportage style of pictures.

  • I'm not too keen on that part.

  • He wasn't too keen on the idea when she first told him about it.

  • Critical thinking: The examiners are particularly keen on critical thinking.

  • You should not take your book to an appraiser who is also keen on buying it.

  • Golf he did not take up till comparatively late in life; and, though he became keen on the game, he never attained more than a moderate proficiency.

  • As a warrior who spent his adult life at battle, he wasn't really keen on how to comfort a woman who had seen three things she'd likely never witnessed before in the span of five minutes.

  • Some of the members were quite keen on a little delirium.

  • Blair supporters would think of him as a liberal interventionist, keen on nation building, rather than a neocon.

  • I'm particularly keen on teddy suits, they're very nice, and small white panties.

  • Trust the experts to coordinate your big day if you aren't keen on planning every detail on your own.

  • Why I 'm keen on red tape IT'S A constant cry from business interests: we 're being strangled by red tape.

  • I wasn't too keen on the 3rd person view, opting to use Quickdraw whenever I had the chance, which was often.

  • He actually preferred the Penny who was needy and was n't so keen on the independent and strong-willed person I am now.

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  • If you adore the leopard print, but aren't too keen on the maillot cut, then try this bikini.

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  • Indeed, he's keen on details and is highly attentive, but his heart only burns with excitement when a job is well done.

  • It's important for them to have some control of what's going on at all times, and if they don't feel they can completely trust a potential partner, they won't be keen on beginning a relationship until that feeling changes.

  • Their new friends at the center, however, aren't too keen on them leaving and try foiling the breakout.

  • With so many advertisers keen on the subject of debt reduction, it's hardly a surprise that plenty of people have blogs focused on getting out of debt.

  • I am quite keen on the idea of mixing cedar wood cladding with areas of render.

  • Tony Keen on the 3 Feb London pub meeting: ` The Florence Nightingale was closed tonight, due to imminent demolition.

  • We are very keen on what is now called localism.

  • They were also, sensibly, keen on coal-bed methane sequestration.

  • What advice would you give to a young scriptwriter who is very keen on descriptive prose?

  • critical thinking: The examiners are particularly keen on critical thinking.

  • A youngster that is keen on sport or has a favorite sports team may enjoy a watch that is in their team's colors or that features icons of their sport.

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