[ US /ɪnˈθuz/ ]
[ UK /ɛnθjˈuːs/ ]
VERB
  1. cause to feel enthusiasm
  2. utter with enthusiasm
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How To Use enthuse In A Sentence

  • He is clearly enthused by the proJect. Times, Sunday Times
  • While some things bug Yagoda he despises "enthuse," for example, he has a healthy skepticism toward language extremists. oh, the irony, part 2
  • Elizabeth David enthuses about the taste, fragrance and character of Provencal cuisine.
  • I get them all enthused about it, and through long experience I am able to tell which group is going to be what I call my dancing girls or boys. The Art of Stage Dancing The Story of a Beautiful and Profitable Profession
  • With a pittance of a salary, how could they be enthused to become proactive people?
  • I keep sitting down here and trying to write about how terrified and unterrified and overwhelmed and unenthused I am. hamletwildie Diary Entry
  • ‘It would enthuse people, there is no question,’ he said.
  • They were all of the same age group with families and they enthused each other. Times, Sunday Times
  • Does your spouse still stimulate and enthuse you?
  • He was young enough to be enthused by my enthusiasm, professional enough to find it endearing. THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE
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