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adjective as in enthusiastic

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This focus on second stage results has also continued even as BERT was repurposed as a passage and researchers were enthused to follow the BERT re-ranking path for passages.

For lead-suitor Microsoft, the transaction is a shotgun marriage that it might not be entirely enthused about.

I found this as exciting as Enright did—she sounded giddy—but one of my coworkers was less enthused.

“This is the center of the public discussion, and that is a very big change,” DeLauro enthused.

Almost everything in it has potential for bipartisan support, he enthused.

What a sauce that is,” he enthused, “which dresses an oyster I suck from the mouth of the woman I love!

Online, the reaction to the congress was less than enthused, especially on Chinese microblogs collectively known as Weibo.

"So we'll get a good meal, and then buy our load," Frank enthused.

There was one little game-cock, however, who enthused even the most dispassionate among us.

If she could not get him enthused, how could she expect to obtain large contributions from strangers?

A pretty picture, one which artists have painted and summer visitors enthused over many times.

Thus they enthused until shore points of interest broke in on the marine eulogy.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to enthused, such as: approving, excited, and eager.

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