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[ UK /ɛnθjˌuːzɪˈæstɪk/ ]
[ US /ɪnˌθuziˈæstɪk/ ]
  1. having or showing great excitement and interest
    an enthusiastic response
    enthusiastic crowds filled the streets
    was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons
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How To Use enthusiastic In A Sentence

  • Saxby Bridge has enthusiastically marketed all sorts of tax effective schemes involving things like tea trees, macadamias, wine and even online lingerie.
  • Soon after, I became an enthusiastic convert to the right.
  • It was really good fun and they were all keen sailors and enthusiastic. Times, Sunday Times
  • You will soon have a thick, impenetrable hedge to enclose the fast-growing butterfly bush, Buddleia davidii (coppice it annually to promote flowers), or the heavenly blue blooms of enthusiastic ceanothus thrysiflorus.
  • I was so enthusiastic about working out in the world again, doing something imaginative that empowered me. Mothers who Leave
  • The same day's paper features a story "Is this a work of art or just any old iron?" about how the writer, broadcaster, doctor and polymath Sir Jonathan Miller asked a passing scrap metal merchant to remove a rusting bath from his front garden -- only to find his three metal sculptures had also been over-enthusiastically taken. Media
  • A group of enthusiastic young inventors have seen their practical, bold and downright wacky ideas come to life, thanks to an inspiring project. Times, Sunday Times
  • However ecstatic expression is performed, its most enthusiastic performance spontaneously tunes and readies us to experience the divine and encounter the mysterium tremendum. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
  • We should therefore not be surprised that the twenties were an enthusiastic display of unchaperoned dating, provocative dress, and exhibitionist behavior.
  • It is for logistical rather than symbolic reasons that we are meeting at Old Albanian rugby club in Hertfordshire rather than Twickenham, but it allows Steele to make the point that he hopes to nurture the grassroots as well as the elite game, especially the enthusiastic volunteers that sustain it. England can win 2015 World Cup, says RFU chief executive John Steele
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