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
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  • 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
  • Next, a scruffy-looking student enthusiastically volunteered to lace him into a straightjacket and secure him with padlocks and chains.
  • The first step in scientific map-making, all earlier attempts were more enthusiastic than accurate.
  • Whether that is a message that Oregon parents, students, and teachers will embrace enthusiastically remains to be seen.
  • As a result, bullfighting was left to the plebeians who in turn enthusiastically took up to its practice, and took it to heart as a symbol of something genuinely Spanish.
  • They can be counted on to enthusiastically endorse any Democratic Party idea, regardless of how utterly void of common sense or careful forethought.
  • Even the enthusiastic and gleeful performances can't compensate for the utter lameness of it all.
  • McKean and other professional word gatherers join enthusiastic amateurs in Wallraff's new book Word Fugitives, which reassures us that taking language seriously needn't always mean being serious about language. Sniglets and Slithy Toves
  • After junior appointments in London he decided to specialise in radiology, and at Harefield he became an enthusiastic member of the cardiac team.
  • Listen long enough and you can hear the high-pitched, enthusiastic yip yowl of coyotes; the long, keening howl of the wolves.
  • There is, however, one basic fact, in that over 30 years in the ownership of Leeds City Council the Civic Centre has been allowed to deteriorate with enthusiastic neglect.
  • You don't sound very enthusiastic about the idea.
  • His enthusiastic speech ignited the audience.
  • In fact, this mini-album seems to entirely results of an enthusiastic outburst of energy, nurtured while the man was regularly deejaying at squatters parties during the nineties.
  • That is typical of Bent, uncrushed by disappointment, enthusiastic even in adversity, and not at all ready to give up on his England dream. Darren Bent: Missing out on World Cup squad hurt like hell
  • All the staff are enthusiastic about the project.
  • Michael shouted with some enthusiastic joy that seemed to come out of nowhere.
  • An enthusiastic and hard-working soldier has been banned from the road after drinking and driving.
  • The response was just as unenthusiastic in Tokyo and Seoul.
  • The society bills its guide as a ‘must-read for all armchair supporters’ and claims that even the most over-enthusiastic spectator should not need to be stretchered off mid-match.
  • Most landlords will be more enthusiastic about keeping hold of a good tenant than hiking rents. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was able to tell them that he was an unenthusiastic convert to Shintoism. He retained his Buddhist beliefs to the extent that he forbade his servants to kill flies.
  • James Cook a more enthusiastic flogger than Bligh, the author notes, but Bligh had been, I think, over-promoted. Bounteous Misperceptions
  • Don Alfredo shakes my hand unenthusiastically and looks at me with an arching glance. Down and Delirious in Mexico City
  • We continue to be stockholders and enthusiastically support Andreas and the leadership he is providing.
  • I was so enthusiastic about working out in the world again, doing something imaginative that empowered me. Mothers who Leave
  • She arrived to an enthusiastic ovation and spoke, as she almost always does, quite extemporaneously.
  • What is more, the book has generated some genuinely warm and enthusiastic reviews.
  • He was also a keen angler and an enthusiastic gardener, with his dahlias and leeks becoming the envy of Hampshire. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their enthusiastic presentation demonstrated their mastery of the subject and of the skills necessary to execute their projects.
  • Some of the most enthusiastic business partners have come from high-tech industries.
  • Many young people are enthusiastic about IT, but don’t consider it a career path. Computing
  • I am an enthusiastic if occasional golfer: I can hit the ball well with my woods, but have little control over my irons.
  • She is an enthusiastic gardener and does most of the work herself, employing help just one day a week. Times, Sunday Times
  • We were enthusiastic about making our practice more evidence based but initially daunted by the potential magnitude of the task.
  • Human beatboxing is the traditional folk skill of spitting enthusiastically into a microphone. Times, Sunday Times
  • That big task is being enthusiastically shouldered by Nader-Camejo campaigners across the country.
  • It is unlikely that this suggestion will be greeted enthusiastically in the Baltic States.
  • But he had to wait for more than a decade before the next score, and even then he ploughed on enthusiastically until last month for the next.
  • A Kendal primary school is basking in the warm glow of enthusiastic praise after receiving a flattering report from the judges of a training and development award.
  • The opposition parties had mostly been unenthusiastic, if not openly hostile, about parity legislation.
  • Although most respondents were enthusiastic or supportive of booking, about a quarter were sceptical or not convinced of its value.
  • We are thrilled that this first test of the market with Turkish Contemporary Art as a separate category on the international auction scene was so well received and attracted such enthusiastic bidding.
  • The words that have gained an official entry to the English language, and that sticks out a mile are words like "phwoar" - "expression of enthusiastic or lubricious approval". The Times of India
  • We detected signs that they were less than enthusiastic about the holiday.
  • We all gave them very warm, loud and enthusiastic Southern California welcome.
  • It's a lot of fun being this keen and enthusiastic. Times, Sunday Times
  • The most dramatic result of the scientific account was Louis Bertrand Castel's “ocular clavecin,” an elaborate instrument for projecting colors by a key - board, and this enthusiastic French Jesuit spent years attempting to perfect his color symphonies after the initial announcement of the project in 1725. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • If I had assured her that she would be torn limb from limb, like an inconvincible aristocrat flaunting abroad during the early days of the French Revolution, she would have grown enthusiastic. The Mountebank
  • Even unenthusiastic vegetable eaters will be won over by the caramelized rounds of giant onion and crescents of bright orange sweet potato.
  • The enthusiastic crowd then pelted him with heads of lettuce.
  • So, rapid acceleration and braking along with enthusiastic cornering will all scrub more rubber from the tread than unhurried progress. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rome and Madrid were hardly enthusiastic about the trilateral meeting in Berlin, although it was billed as ‘informal.’
  • The Choir Director and Piano Accompanist are experienced volunteer musicians and lead this enthusiastic Christian fellowship to perform outstanding and inspiring music.
  • ‘Oh, it's you,’ he mumbled unenthusiastically.
  • It is a fellow wine-lover who enthusiastically wants you to try something they have found, rather than a supercilious guardian of stuffy good taste.
  • Nevertheless, there was great satisfaction in cherishing the little waif, for she learned more than she could teach and felt a sense of responsibility which was excellent ballast for her enthusiastic nature. Rose in Bloom
  • The girls 'distinctive qualities-from Trini's bubbly self-confidence to Dominique's granitelike demeanor-were abundantly evident in Williams-Garcia's enthusiastic reading. Publishers Weekly - Children's Books News
  • Both groups received a warm enthusiastic welcome from the matron, staff and patients and were thanked for their generosity.
  • The election of New Labour in May 1997 was greeted enthusiastically on the Left as presaging trade union resurgence and a renewal of militancy.
  • They are also boundlessly enthusiastic about their future.
  • It is unlikely that this suggestion will be greeted enthusiastically in the Baltic States.
  • If the Wizards had lost their home opener Tuesday night, no one would have wanted to highlight John Wall's pre-game dance, the well-traveled Dougie, which is rarely performed as enthusiastically as in Wall's version. John Wall dances through introductions
  • My buddy enthusiastically pointed out a lobster beneath a ledge, as well as a miniature version that was only about 3cm long!
  • Every few years he was rediscovered by an enthusiastic critic or gallery owner, although the success never gelled.
  • She speaks deliberately and methodically, but enthusiastically, with an italic emphasis on seemingly random words.
  • Now one of the strengths of Libri's Histoire is the large number of quotes from original sources, so it was natural that Libri should be an enthusiastic collector of rare books and manuscripts.
  • The sense of forward momentum doesn't quite get as far as it needs to, and an overenthusiastic attack of subsidiary climaxes weaken the major symphonic climax Simpson has written in.
  • Outside the front gate, two policemen with an over-enthusiastic sergeant stood and looked at the gnomes, who looked back, curious but still as stone.
  • After I read a comic book named Slam Dunk, however, I became enthusiastic about basketball.
  • Arriving to an enthusiastic welcome in the nondescript village, he shed his characteristic reserve.
  • But at the same time, it is NOT “pointless” to be enthusiastically, tear-jerkingly, unwaveringly “proud” of the “land of your birth” — to the point where people are actually STILL SURPRISED — or even scandalized — when yet another of “our” scandals come to light. US in Police State Top 10
  • How many congenitally unmusical youngsters were seduced into thinking they were congenital geniuses by Peel's enthusiastic, sinusitic, cod-Liverpudlian encouragement?
  • Classes or discussion groups on women's writing command an enthusiastic response that is often lacking in mainstream teaching.
  • Most were enthusiastically ready to keep vlogging for years to come, regardless of what happens to YouTube.
  • The ice is thick and he is a good deal less enthusiastic when the tip breaks through.
  • She is an enthusiastic gardener and does most of the work herself, employing help just one day a week. Times, Sunday Times
  • While the excited and enthusiastic student is very reinforcing to the teacher, the exact ingredients of motivation continue to be highly elusive.
  • Suppose a man of great birth and fortune, who in his youth had been an enthusiastic friend of Lord Byron and a jocund companion of George IV.; who had in him an immense degree of lofty romantic sentiment with an equal degree of well-bred worldly cynicism, but who, on account of that admixture, which is so rare, kept The Parisians — Complete
  • Enthusiastic is one word that works, driven is another that can be recommended, there's pugnacious of course, and yet the best one might be ‘expert’.
  • He is enthusiastic about pop music.
  • However, since the World Cup started on May 31, he has not been enthusiastic about working, especially during the time when the matches are aired on television.
  • Is it really the panacea it occasionally claims to be, and can we make a step change in ROI through enthusiastic adoption of novel communication such as Wikis, Tweets and Blogs? CIMCIG « pwcom 2.0
  • We like her and the zesty and enthusiastic way she approaches life seems to have a stimulating effect on those around her.
  • In this they had the enthusiastic collaboration of professional media advance teams from both governments.
  • You are enthusiastic and spontaneous about life but need to guard against sudden outbursts of anger or love.
  • Protagoras 'contemporary, Sophocles, wrote the most enthusiastic proclamation of man's ability to con - trol and transform the world that survives from antiq - uity (Antigone 332-75), yet he closed his encomium with a cautionary reference to the fact that such power can be a mixed blessing. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • government will not be efficient unless the people as a whole accept leadership loyally and enthusiastically
  • And as Georgia, clutching a plastic punnet, tugs on her mother's sleeve and begs her to accompany her to the redcurrants, it's clear that the most enthusiastic fruit-pickers live on-site.
  • An enthusiastic botanical collector told me that for years he searched far and near for the adder's-tongue fern, till one day he stumbled upon it in a place over which he had long been in the habit of passing. Birds in the Bush
  • To aid me I discussed the idea with a former colleague who was very enthusiastic about the whole thing.
  • You effectively acknowledge this in your report but disregard it in your leader where you give the plan your enthusiastic support. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tyndall was an expert and enthusiastic mountaineer, calculating how high the energy in a ham sandwich would take him; his writings about the alps are suffused with pantheism.
  • Colin followed his father and paternal ancestors in being an enthusiastic amateur botanist.
  • The Avebury henge and Silbury Hill were the products of enthusiastic volunteers.
  • The hotdoggers said wherever they go they receive an enthusiastic response and that the job was excellent for recent college graduates.
  • The audience was / were enthusiastic on the opening night of the play.
  • It is more like self-help with an enthusiastic cheerleader.
  • It is understood that many of the newspapers themselves are less enthusiastic, since readership of supplements is bound to be smaller than that reported for the newspaper as a whole.
  • Which is perhaps why her friends are less enthusiastic that she's here today. The Sun
  • He formed a coterie of opera and ballet lovers who were enthusiastic and loyal. Times, Sunday Times
  • The woman leaning forward in the tea room of the Shelbourne Hotel to pour the photographer some tea is bright-eyed, sparky and enthusiastic.
  • Beset by such forces, small bones hardly stand a chance, which explains why paleontologists are so enthusiastic about finding a pint-sized predator in 75-million-year-old Canadian rock.
  • The movie was enthusiastically received by the reviewers.
  • It also boasts the kind of ending that encourages an ovation from an enthusiastic audience.
  • It is also easy to see why enthusiastic young men were desirable to the Army. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Right away, sir,’ he said more enthusiastically, buzzing for a bellhop to carry their bags and lead them to their room.
  • After professing enthusiastic support for reform of the present scorned system, ministers have gone suspiciously quiet. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am hoping that having worked my way diligently down the list, the universe is going to reward me by making the people I contact next week excited and enthusiastic about the product.
  • Many of them would recognise and greet him enthusiastically as we walked together to and from court. Times, Sunday Times
  • I know not whether it is from the temper of the people, grave and enthusiastic as it certainly is, or from the recollection of the ancient Catholic opinions, when the funeral rites were always considered as a period of festival to the living; but feasting, good cheer, and even inebriety, were, and are, the frequent accompaniments of a Scottish old-fashioned burial. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • Once again the press enthusiastically publicised these scurrilous claims.
  • By the mid-nineteenth century there was little distinction between formal articles on craniology and studies by enthusiastic amateurs.
  • She spoke of you enthusiastically on both occasions, and I realised that what had started as an accidental meeting had blossomed into a rewarding friendship.
  • Yes," agreed Peaches enthusiastically, twisting away her head, "and I like the milk and the meat -- gee, I like the _meat_, only Mickey wouldn't give me but a tiny speck 'til he asked the Sunshine Nurse Lady. Michael O'Halloran
  • Some of the lads embrace their new role as master of the house more enthusiastically than others, but are they really capable of playing the male chauvinist pig for the full four weeks?
  • With a burning desire to achieve the dream as a backing, so that the desire to become enthusiastic, let it become your brain in one of the most important things.
  • The participants were very enthusiastic and excited about his chiasmatic division of the book of Revelation which helps in the understanding of this difficult book of the New Testament. Archive 2010-02-01
  • With a burning desire to achieve the dream as a backing, so that the desire to become enthusiastic, let it become your brain in one of the most important things.
  • Bob was right with me when I pegged my first Yank nugget, but didn't seem all that enthusiastic when I started yelling and cooeeing at the top of my lungs, so I slunk off to find Chris so I could find more appreciative company.
  • Initially, the group was moderately enthusiastic about the idea of popular architecture—or at least not violently opposed to it.
  • Meanwhile, readers not as enthusiastic about motorbikes as the author might be somewhat put off by his macho 'gearhead' talk. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her predecessor, Karl-Heinz Funke, was himself a farmer and an enthusiastic supporter of intensive agricultural methods.
  • Fernando was truly enthusiastic for the voluntary conversion of all his Mudejar subjects.
  • She wondered if he would be quite so enthusiastic once the casualties started coming in. TREASON KEEP
  • Stay-at-home pops like me enthusiastically welcome this affirmation; it validates the decision to let our salaried lives fall by the wayside in favor of raising our kids.
  • As readers know, I am hugely enthusiastic about the stocks of what I call aspiring nations. 10 Stock Picks for 2011
  • --- as ticket collector --- as previewer --- reviewer --- enthusiastic applauder... Witness Audience Fan He didn't care. BEHINDLINGS
  • Our open-top battlebus took to the streets on Saturday, and Paul has been enthusiastically greeted at meetings large and small throughout the borough.
  • They were tired, but not any less enthusiastic on that account.
  • The reputed beauty and the prodigious length and weight of the hair of Absalom, the son of David, as recorded in the sacred text, would be sufficient to startle the most enthusiastic modern dandy that cultivates the crinal ornament of his person. The Ladies Book of Useful Information Compiled from many sources
  • Truman was initially less enthusiastic over the appointment owing to criticisms expressed by Dulles in the previous campaign in New York state.
  • Three thousand people applaud enthusiastically and one journalist makes uncharitable remarks.
  • As they went downstairs to the lockers, a familiar voice boomed an enthusiastic ‘hiya Matt’ from behind him.
  • This native of Central America has been a hit in parts of Europe including Spain, but the English were not so enthusiastic.
  • The story is no prettier in states where the death penalty is even more enthusiastically embraced.
  • Jesus was a man, of illegitimate birth, of a benevolent heart, and an enthusiastic mind, who set out without pretensions of divinity, ended in believing them, and was punished capitally for sedition by being gibbeted according to the Roman law. Global Democracy and the Rise of the King of Darkness
  • These days there are so many santeros (crafters of santos) that one enthusiastic collector says, ‘It's like there's a wood-carver behind every tree.’
  • They began nodding enthusiastically and exchanging meaningful glances. The Sun
  • He is endlessly enthusiastic about his own abilities.
  • A treasure hunt in the middle of Delhi's hustle bustle is not something you hear about everyday, and to watch enthusiastic children walk their way to a booty of gold coins with the help of scientific instruments and common sense just as rare.
  • Thereafter England also enthusiastically embraced the craze for Egyptian antiquities.
  • If the staff are knowledgeable and enthusiastic, a lot can be learnt and a great deal of pleasure derived by shopping in the right place. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide
  • And second, it had always been my assumption that anyone interested in getting involved could do so without the beck of enthusiastic recruiters.
  • The Arien personality may be energetic, enthusiastic, and intrigued by excitement, but the Virgo inner nature holds some of those passions in check.
  • Mr Ogg was a member of the exclusive International Correspondence of Corkscrew Addicts, an enthusiastic radio ham and a painter.
  • König joined the University at a time when there were other talented and enthusiastic mathematicians on the staff.
  • I was almost in range for the shot I wanted when my over-enthusiastic buddy stormed in above me and scared the fish away.
  • However, this hasn't stopped the various media outlets from enthusiastically embracing the Rugby World Cup.
  • Reports from gunnery officers were more enthusiastic than those of Fighter Command.
  • The audience was / were enthusiastic on the opening night of the play.
  • He was an enthusiastic devotee of jazz, literature and of many sports, with a particular emphasis on golf and horse racing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Puzzled by his unenthusiastic response and having nothing better to do, April changed her course and followed after him.
  • However, as his campaign has been fleshed out and his positions, strategic instincts and political ability have become clear, I am even more enthusiastic about him.
  • When I asked Zhao Yao whether his life was different now, he began in stentorian tones — “The impact of my involvement in the show has been profound” — and then started laughing and said, “I am taking the tone promoted by the show, enthusiastic and assertive!” Win in China!
  • The excitement was almost palpable in each of the locations as children enthusiastically waved flags and banners to welcome the President.
  • David Daniels, the well-regarded countertenor, receives enthusiastic ovations wherever he performs. Sexy Beast
  • Most skaters are active, enthusiastic and trying to do what they love without being hassled.
  • It is not a good idea to be enthusiastically honest with people you do not know well, and it is not wrong to conceal or disguise for self- protection. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Beset by such forces, small bones hardly stand a chance, which explains why paleontologists are so enthusiastic about finding a pint-sized predator in 75-million-year-old Canadian rock.
  • With his piercing eyes, his eloquent and hypnotic manner of speaking, his neck and wrists covered in Santa Muerte scapulars and Santería-like beads, the self-anointed priest had developed an enthusiastic following in the northern suburbs of the city. Down and Delirious in Mexico City
  • We're here under the guidance of Claire and Duncan, our unstintingly enthusiastic guides from the Dragoman Overland adventure tour company, in whose Mercedes Benz converted truck we plan to forge a 500-mile circular journey.
  • Cadence owner Archie Bleyer, however, was not very enthusiastic about the demo of this raw and primitive instrumental.
  • Sarah Lancashire's popularity seems to be dipping in the light of the unenthusiastic response to Rose and Maloney.
  • ‘We are here to identify the potential in you,’ Gautam Pavate, choreographer, promised the young stars and starlets, who had enthusiastically signed up for the summer workshop.
  • Just as this ill-fated man appeared at the culminating point of his professional fortunes, he had the imprudence to proclaim himself not only an enthusiastic advocate of mesmerism as a curative process, but an ardent believer of the reality of somnambular clairvoyance as an invaluable gift of certain privileged organizations. A Strange Story — Complete
  • The authorities appear to have succeeded in this given the enthusiastic response.
  • Long wasn't enthusiastic about the move, and in his first start in left, his misplay cost the team two runs.
  • The most enthusiastic supporters of the various plans had a big stake in the new program, Castle, which would die aborning if Haven ceased to exist.
  • The class responded with an unenthusiastic response.
  • Helen joins in a game of archery with a group of enthusiastic children.
  • She's right to be enthusiastic about the little blue tub of thick, white cream. Times, Sunday Times
  • Looked on at present situation that the African lineage voter votes enthusiastically.
  • Its enthusiastic reception earned Rossini exemption from military service.
  • Union League Club by our most enthusiastic Board member bar none who is the essential "clubbable" character. Brian Dickie
  • He would be incensed at having been entrapped by an ignorant enthusiastic declaimer into an admiration of objects whose authenticity may be questioned by the first cool examinant.
  • Some small local cinemas were still staggering along, run by enthusiastic amateurs.
  • His website promotes the concept of information agents with enthusiastic fervour.
  • NTC , is more enthusiastic about Silicon Valley's attempts to webify television, and he's been following Google The $56 billion Ad question - Fortune Tech
  • Our enthusiastic waitron, Shano, had not been briefed about the Sterling Light Lager Pub With Grub competition so we filled him in then ordered drinks.
  • And that's too bad, because an apathetic teacher sucks all the air out of the room, transforming the sponge-like brains of enthusiastic students into bored and lumpen rocks. Linda Flanagan: Why Bad Teachers Are Good for Kids
  • If these men had such a king as this, who, while self-indulgent, should lay no severe restraint on them, they would more enthusiastically consecrate to him a temple and a flamen than the ancient Romans did to Romulus.
  • But they are usually slightly different; I tended to err on the side of scepticism at the naturally enthusiastic claims of aircraft shot down. ONE HUNDRED DAYS
  • He was a skilled woodworker and an enthusiastic amateur potter who enjoyed making ceramic portraits of friends and family. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was a four-days 'hard march to the locality where Captain Buxton counted on finding his victims; and when on the fourth day, rather tired and not particularly enthusiastic, the command bivouacked along the banks of a mountain-torrent, a safe distance from the supposed location of the Indian stronghold, he sent forward his Apache Mojave allies to make a stealthy reconnoissance, feeling confident that soon after nightfall they would return with the intelligence that the enemy were lazily resting in their "rancheria," all unsuspicious of his approach, and that at daybreak he would pounce upon and annihilate them. Starlight Ranch and Other Stories of Army Life on the Frontier
  • An enthusiastic botanical collector told me that for years he searched far and near for the adder's-tongue fern, till one day he stumbled upon it in a place over which he had long been in the habit of passing. Birds in the Bush
  • The other two books were by British authors, both of them well known in the thriller genre, and both books had covers which carried enthusiastic puffs from big names.
  • The point of all this rambling is that given choices and opportunities your kid might become a more enthusiastic and capable outdoorsman than you. Youth Sports
  • By the early 19th century it had become a popular pastime for young ladies and was enthusiastically recommended by annuals and other periodicals.
  • The Leo Moon stabilizes the Sagittarius flightiness and inconsistency, but since both signs are ruled by fire, these individuals are enthusiastic, ambitious.
  • They are the most enthusiastic laughers, pointers and critics of us all.

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