enthuse[ en-thooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF enthuse
Synonyms for enthuse
- be conspicuous
- blow away
- knock out
- make a hit
- make an impression
- make splash
- push around
- show off
Antonyms for enthuse
- give birth
- leave alone
- take apart
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTHUSE
I liked these men; I liked to enthuse over all the big things they were doing.
He doesn't care a rap for poetry, and he laughs when I enthuse.
Here is a book which will grip and enthuse every boy reader.
Mr. Briggerland did not enthuse over any form of sport or exercise.
He did not "enthuse," and he did not despair; he kept his head.
This was a piece of hero worship that he, naturally, could not enthuse over.
She could enthuse, but it appeared that she could not describe.
It was evidently hard for Aunt 'Mira to enthuse over anything.
Of course, you know that Bridget is rather given to enthuse.
Solon must not, he confided to me, say "enthuse" nor "we opine" nor "disremember."
1827, American English, back-formation from enthusiasm. Originally often humorous or with affected ignorance. Related: enthused; enthusing.