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?
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  • 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
  • A good retailer will enthuse about his stock and tempt you to try new foods.
  • He was a politician who fatally lacked a grasp of the importance of having a narrative to inspire supporters and enthuse the electorate.
  • He did not "enthuse," and he did not despair; he kept his head. The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker
  • I was enthused and immediately ordered North, Towle's first large collection and Lines For The New Year, an Adventures In Poetry mimeo, and bought his subsequent books as soon as they came out.
  • But he has not enthused people enough by offering that extra edge that makes people think positively about us.
  • ‘Sandy hit one shot with a metal wood into a left-to-right wind that only one or two other players in the world could hit,’ he enthuses.
  • He's not entirely dogmatic about it and he'll make an exception whenever he's enthused enough by the work.
  • But he is less enthused by the prospect of a big push in renewables. Times, Sunday Times
  • I got interested in interocular lenses -- we were the first people to make those in this country -- and got so enthused, I thought I wanted to be an ophthalmologist. Breach of Trust: How Washington Turns Outsiders Into Insiders
  • The owner of one stall enthused about the rich tradition of cheesemaking he'd inherited, along with his flock of sheep, to a crocodile of rapt schoolchildren.
  • And I come away from our conversations feeling far more energised and enthused than I do when talking to pretty young things who should, in theory, be more enticing.
  • The club has a very active participation at all levels and members had plenty to enthuse about when they attended the recent presentation night in the Western Hotel.
  • Not that, early on, they had much to enthuse about. Times, Sunday Times
  • There must surely be ways of, for example, employing undergraduates during vacations to enthuse these would-be physicists in labs that would otherwise be lying empty.
  • Clearly enthused at the prospect of seeing Lara Croft – adventurer, archaeologist, skin diver, jet pilot, skilled equestrian, and expert markswoman – leap onto a well-tuned mountain bike and go bombing down a Himalayan mountain. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • I've never explained to him that I am enthused by all the possibilities offered by the net, and that it is definitely the area in which I want to develop my career.
  • Yes, they must excite, energise and enthuse competent individuals.
  • There was little to enthuse about in the early stages of the second period as Villa continued to probe more in hope than with any conviction.
  • He is less enthused by his options this time around. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘We hope that our programme enthuses medical students to take up studies on the brain,’ he said.
  • I think through our architecture, we can give people a glimpse of another world, and enthuse them, make them excited about ideas," Hadid said in a statement.
  • Then came the rise of the anti-capitalist and anti-war movement which has galvanised a new generation of activists and enthused many others.
  • So you need to buy it right away and avoid the stampede of enthused blog readers who will undoubtedly rush to order the book now!
  • In the sharpness of my sense of loss, I probably enthused about him, and perhaps this was unwise, perhaps almost suspicious. THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING
  • But why should they get enthused about a system that has for generations taken them for granted? Times, Sunday Times
  • I wouldn't be so enthused if it didn't look like a Hugh Ferris sketchbook come to life. It's a dreamworld Manhattan of the 30s, and I can't wait to spend 100 minutes there.
  • It was perfect to dip naan bread in, and the pilau rice was wolfed down by Matt who seemed to enthuse about how special the chef's special was with every mouthful.
  • He was much enthused by the product then, but clearly not enthused enough. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is enthused by the huge crowds thronging the place on the first day of the festival and fervently hopes that the flow would continue at the same pace.
  • ‘Look at that; it's a 66,’ he enthuses as a freight train thunders through.
  • A similar argument can be made for currency boards, on which Schuler had enthused earlier.
  • It was believed that those who were so caught up with their religious views that they 'enthused' about them were dangerous fanatics, who had to be opposed. Wittgenstein and the philosophy of love
  • A smashing final 25 minutes gave the 9,000 attendance plenty to enthuse about at sun-drenched Hyde Park on Sunday.
  • This news delighted the Nova Scotia-born guitar slinger, who enthuses that he ‘feels like a new beginning’.
  • We are very enthused by the fact that we have received 1,000 applications for broadcasting and administrative posts.
  • But then my daughter was less than enthused about our trip. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘We're getting really good responses from people in the industry, people seeing us for the first time and the club bookers,’ Amey enthuses.
  • With a pittance of a salary, how could they be enthused to become proactive people?
  • Everyone felt connected, energized, and enthused; the team was ready to move forward.
  • We want to enthuse these young people to become the next generation of wealth creators in the UK.
  • Still, an enthused voter is a more reliable voter, which is why closing the gap is the name of the game for Democrats in the next month. The Voter-Enthusiasm Gap Is a One-Sided Affair
  • We enthused about music, complained about our parents and dreamt of getting out of Luton. Times, Sunday Times
  • Spectacle is the best word to describe the show; as it would enthuse the most jaded sybarite.
  • Susan enthused over the quality and colour of local apples, and the greengrocer's wife, with adoring eyes, offered her a bagful free. SPLITTING
  • Picasso's iconic paintings of Walter reign supreme as the emblems of love, sex and desire in twentieth century art," enthuses Sotheby's catalog, about the bright, happy, colorful images. Making a Big Impression
  • Tory wets will enthuse about social justice and inclusivity.
  • I wouldn't want to enthuse about it afterwards.
  • That is an attitude to enthuse about when you visit five wineries a day, and it is a jolly approach in a region that has had nothing but seriously bad press over its 2004 vintage.
  • It's just too hard to try and enthuse people to come along if they don't really know what you're on about.
  • It's difficult to get enthused about a destination that takes 24 hours to get to. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Oh I came prepared,’ Aidan enthused and produced a bottle of medicated pet shampoo from his back pocket and passed it to Adele.
  • Pune's metamorphic rise should enthuse other Governments to compete with it.
  • News of cutbacks, such as the shortfall in medical card allocations, does not enthuse voters.
  • Today, he needs to show that the real leader can also enthuse his people. Times, Sunday Times
  • Oh , thank you!'she enthused gratefully. " You're a real gem, a diamond of the first water. ”.
  • He was passionately interested in classical music but failed to enthuse his children .
  • The owners were certainly enthused by the offer.
  • I'm not enthused by the domestic agenda but I am very glad we have a radical and progressive leader on the international scene.
  • Opposition politicians are less enthused. Times, Sunday Times
  • The deacons and the cabinet were less than enthused. Christianity Today
  • Palin was a forced choice, a bone thrown to the Fundies - who has helped McCain "enthuse" the Bible Belt, but few outside it. How did Sarah Palin get picked for VP?
  • Her Egyptian hosts appeared to be less enthused. Times, Sunday Times
  • Does your spouse still stimulate and enthuse you?
  • Thank you, she enthused from a weekend red carpet. Kristen Bell Reacts To Harley Quinn ‘Batman 3′ Fan Art » MTV Movies Blog
  • ‘I was captain of tiddlywinks of my house at school,’ she enthused, ‘perhaps I could be on the programme as well.’
  • Another key to success is to enthuse people you deal with.
  • Although we couldn't enthuse about our meal, at least customer care and fire evacuation were of a high standard.
  • She manufactured an alter ego who enthused about the book he was currently reading, and he leapt for the bait. Times, Sunday Times
  • He pokes fun at the Citizen's Charter, yet the only ideas which enthuse him are some guff from the Duke of Edinburgh about the importance of team sports. Breaking the Code by Gyles Brandreth
  • At schools level, there was plenty to enthuse about.
  • It infects him, enthuses him and surely wakes him up in the morning.
  • He is clearly enthused by the proJect. Times, Sunday Times
  • On his visits there, he felt energised, enthused and full of hope.
  • Clearly enthused at the prospect of seeing Lara Croft – adventurer, archaeologist, skin diver, jet pilot, skilled equestrian, and expert markswoman – leap onto a well-tuned mountain bike and go bombing down a Himalayan mountain. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • The wily old fox could well pull it off and have us all enthused about the show again. The Sun
  • ‘The great beauty of going to this monastery is that it admits you to a state of total changelessness,’ he enthuses.
  • Early in his career I saw little to enthuse about and much to be frightened of, but in the last few matches he has got progressively stronger and his defensive strength and bravery were evident.
  • So do some of the more sensible thinkers on the right, such as New York Times columnist David Brooks, who enthused recently about the need to "remoralize the markets". Matthew Bishop: 'The Road From Ruin': Are We Naive Idiots For Thinking Business Can Be Anything But Greedy?
  • The wily old fox could well pull it off and have us all enthused about the show again. The Sun
  • He was passionately interested in classical music but failed to enthuse his children .
  • For the magazine we would have shot 10 of the bottles, but for the app, we shot all 100 bottles," Cowin enthused. Previewing 'Food & Wine' Magazine's iPad App
  • But he was very, very enthused about it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Divers from all over the world enthuse about the underwater flora and fauna found in the depths of Cork's best dive sites.
  • For a bishop to enthuse about such an initiative is, sadly, rare.
  • And it also gave me a chance to enthuse (not that I take much prompting) about how lucky I am to have such friable soil.
  • Elizabeth David enthuses about the taste, fragrance and character of Provencal cuisine.
  • After all, it's often more fun to rail about a terrible movie than to enthuse about a good one - but you get the idea.
  • Touring the new digital studios, he enthuses about the expansion in its 3D coverage and shows off the hi-tech new Sky Sports News set. Barney Francis: 'Football punditry is an absolute art form'
  • He was enthused by the response to his first performance.
  • Today, an Apple video enthuses: "There's never been anything like iPad. An Article of Faith for Marketers: Place No Faith in Articles
  • It's difficult to get enthused about a destination that takes 24 hours to get to. Times, Sunday Times
  • he enthused, and rushed over to Barry Butler who was beaming with pleasure. THE SOUND OF MURDER
  • For the sake of Britain's future I want every child enthused with the spirit of enterprise.
  • I wouldn't have known the first thing about doing all of this, if the people from the Deshpande Center led me through," recalls enthused SiliconIndia.com
  • Only we four gathered, and there we pursued the Skill with an avidity that frightened me and enthused the rest of them. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • ‘Parts of Scotland are fantastic, really hardcore, gnarly, dangerous,’ he enthuses, fidgeting as he seems to imagine himself negotiating a climb.
  • She manufactured an alter ego who enthused about the book he was currently reading, and he leapt for the bait. Times, Sunday Times
  • Canada now offers a world-class opportunity for manufacturers and processors who need blue collar workers and semi-professionals, Mr. Boyd enthuses.
  • Ford's figures are reflective, capable of ironic detachment, and can be both enthused and diffident at the same time.
  • The new strategy also requires that veteran players, who are typically more enthused about winning than the chance to play, remain motivated through the difficult times ahead. Blue Jays, sans Halladay, begin new era
  • Critics like to enthuse about Miles Davis in the 1950s and '60s and disregard his output during the 1970s, a creative period after which he retired for several years.
  • ‘We chose the schools because we wanted to enthuse these young people and make them more involved in the arts,’ she explained.
  • Enthused by Mysorean strands, Bangalore's Smitha Cariappa visually interpreted the local silk industry, transformed into hut-like spaces embellished by rangoli, hanks of silk, and symbolic silkworm evolution.
  • ‘It was nice for him that it was in front of the Kop,’ enthused Liverpool's assistant manager Phil Thompson later.
  • He says that he is thoroughly enthused by the response of people today.
  • It is really important to enthuse young people. Times, Sunday Times
  • Susan enthused over the quality and colour of local apples, and the greengrocer's wife, with adoring eyes, offered her a bagful free. SPLITTING
  • Although he might be in culinary heaven - ‘If you're talking about food in France, you can't go wrong’ - his disagreeable kids are less than enthused.
  • ‘It's a fantastic evening for Belmullet and it's a fantastic evening for the barony of Erris,’ he enthused.
  • We pin up quality ditties on corporate walls to enthuse staff of our good and noble intentions.
  • Did you see the Nespresso window two blocks over," he asks, but the question is rhetorical as he quickly enthuses, "I did them! Anisha Lakhani: Swarovski Crystallized and Rachel Roy Celebrate the Gift of Love: Manish Arora's Love Heart Crystal Collection
  • The owners were certainly enthused by the offer.
  • The education secretary enthuses about Andreas Schleicher, of the OECD, calling him the "most important man in English education" for the insights his work confers. Let's look at all the evidence from top educators abroad
  • Other back-formations, such as enthuse and liaise, inhabit a grey area of acceptability. April « 2009 « Sentence first
  • If it is partly the aim of a literary festival to enthuse new, young readers, these two readings don't look like setting them on fire.
  • Senior party figures hope that her presence will raise the morale of activists as much as it will enthuse the voters. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wily old fox could well pull it off and have us all enthused about the show again. The Sun
  • He's been enthused about that theme since taking the job although many would challenge the first assertion. Times, Sunday Times
  • The deacons and the cabinet were less than enthused. Christianity Today
  • The issue is how you enthuse people locally. Times, Sunday Times
  • And it is those concept cars that are supposed to excite and enthuse the car-buying public.
  • Claret lovers will enthuse over this traditional style that delivers blackfruits, pencil shavings, cigar boxes threaded with ripe tannins, all backed by firm acidity.
  • Under the present system he simply can not "enthuse" over self-support. History of the Afro-American Group of the Episcopal Church
  • Today, he needs to show that the real leader can also enthuse his people. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was also offered a taste of sundried tomato and basil sausages, and enthused over the slices of venison, before stopping to buy a leg of pork.
  • But Boyle could never get enthused about mainstream politics.
  • Not that, early on, they had much to enthuse about. Times, Sunday Times
  • Apart from the sharpshooters there was little to enthuse about.
  • I love Wenger," Hearn enthuses, "and in the next four years Arsenal will emerge as the richest club in the world because his business plan is exemplary. Barry Hearn: Apart from Leyton Orient, everything is turning a profit
  • Anyway - I come home from class feeling lost and sad and like chucking it in but luckily I always manage to be enthused again by the next class and keep at it.
  • But others are less enthused. Times, Sunday Times
  • Director Jules Dassin enthused, Please let me express my great esteem for you .... Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood
  • But then my daughter was less than enthused about our trip. Times, Sunday Times
  • Spectacle is the best word to describe the show; as it would enthuse the most jaded sybarite.
  • Her Egyptian hosts appeared to be less enthused. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were all of the same age group with families and they enthused each other. Times, Sunday Times
  • That is to say, I’ve * wanted* to be able to champion episodic games for a long time, but there are so few successful episodic games around that it’s hard to remain enthused. Suttree » Casual Games, Social Software » Episodic Casual Games
  • Molly was disappointed that Dolly didn't "enthuse," and the latter felt that a boy -- such a boy -- would effectually spoil the good times she and her mate might have had together, alone. Dorothy's Travels
  • Opposition politicians are less enthused. Times, Sunday Times
  • Just as there are two Benazirs (who sometimes get mixed up: only the Radcliffe Benazir could be "enthused" by her Asian identity), there are two Bhutto families: one is compared to the Kennedys; the blessed clan destined to deliver the people from poverty and oppression, but punished by political martyrdom. The Double Life of Benazir Bhutto
  • Their unique mix of reggae and punk kept the crowd jumping and shaking for the entirety of their enthused set.
  • This process of branch restructuring has enthused our membership in Johannesburg and contributed decisively to building the unity of our movement and eliminating negative tendencies such as factionalism, careerism and opportunism. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Something in the human psyche wants to enthuse in the company of like-minded people.
  • But he was very, very enthused about it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Over Enthused Screenwriter Frank was -- surprise -- "psyched" about going on the group date. Tasha Gordon-Solmon: The Bachelorette Week 3 Recap: Wherein Ali Cozies Up to Anything on 2 (or 1) Legs
  • This weekend I'm giving a masterclass to inspire and enthuse about the instrument.
  • At the best it enthuses you to run as far away as possible, after you have had your fill.
  • Keeping the lower-half teams interested and enthused is half the battle in keeping a fun, fair, competitive league. USATODAY.com - Selig proves importance of good leadership
  • I used to be very enthused about the aspects of anarchism and Marx's work that looked forward to a society in which everyone participated in both work and the process of government.
  • A few months ago, I stood on the galleried balcony of the town hall, listening to the mayor enthuse about the place he loved.
  • It brings out the political trainspotter in him, as he enthuses about the technology and techniques the party is honing.
  • The really exciting news, horticulturally – although it will be difficult to enthuse any readers with this one – is that I shall have some runner beans to enter in the “collection of four vegetables” class at the Games next week. The Glorious Twelfth
  • The pretty Forêt de Maronne hotel at Chatelard, below Signal de l'Homme, is 'a delightfully quiet suntrap ', enthuses a reporter, and has a good choice of traditional French and international cuisine:' The chicken satay kept us raving about the place all week. ' Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • The people most enthused by it are the younger generation. Times, Sunday Times
  • The crowd slumbered and even the usually boisterous Carib Beer girls gave up trying to get the spectators enthused.
  • It was perfect to dip naan bread in, and the pilau rice was wolfed down by Matt who seemed to enthuse about how special the chef's special was with every mouthful.
  • Enthusem promises to bring the two worlds together, so you can send a physical card to accompany an e-card that you create yourself. Demo retools during downturn
  • But others are less enthused. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is less enthused by his options this time around. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is why he'll sometimes step from the technical area straight into a post-match interview and enthuse about something he has just seen in a match that may have left the assembled media cold.
  • I've repeatedly tried to enthuse him about commercial possibilities, but he scoffs and sends me chases.
  • He was much enthused by the product then, but clearly not enthused enough. Times, Sunday Times
  • Councillors and local dignitaries invited to the opening were equally enthused by the new centre.
  • The people most enthused by it are the younger generation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Because if you don't have that, you will never enthuse the people who would be on your side.
  • I choose this word "enthuse" carefully, because in its derivation from the Greek enthusiasm means, literally, "having the god within". More on Cultural Appropriation
  • It is really important to enthuse young people. Times, Sunday Times
  • But why should they get enthused about a system that has for generations taken them for granted? Times, Sunday Times
  • I sometimes find it difficult to enthuse about Chardonnay.
  • But how do we enthuse young people to be physically active, when a whole range of social and economic factors are getting in the way?
  • This came at the cost of being able to talk freely about the things which had previously enthused him, such as his years of study and appreciation of the ballet.
  • Canada now offers a world-class opportunity for manufacturers and processors who need blue collar workers and semi-professionals, Mr. Boyd enthuses.
  • We need teachers who can enthuse their pupils about learning for the pleasure it brings. The Sun
  • One does not have to strain, however, to enthuse about Indonesia's performance - remarkable so soon following its entry into democratic elections.
  • The issue is how you enthuse people locally. Times, Sunday Times
  • Oh , thank you!'she enthused gratefully. " You're a real gem, a diamond of the first water. ”.
  • I similarly enthuse about Ferdinand's mind now fired up, not frozen by fear and anger, able to take a different angle on valuing its ability to think, and to think very well.
  • Stiff Little Fingers, man, that's the way to start a label," enthuses the teenager, breaking into a sprightly and not unimpressive a capella rendition of the Irish punk‑band's 1978 debut single, Suspect Device. Howler: Ransacking rock'n'roll
  • We need teachers who can enthuse their pupils about learning for the pleasure it brings. The Sun
  • Others dining enthused over the wonderful atmosphere, attractive decor, courteous staff and excellent value for money.

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