enthused[ en-thooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF enthused
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTHUSED
"You shall know the most wonderful girl of all," enthused Helen.
By the look on my wife's face I could tell that she was enthused, too.
"Swell," enthused Neil, this time his face twisted into a grimace of pleasure.
Captain Clarke got him all enthused; the Captain promised to write, too.
Hautecoeur was talking with an enthused fervor that swept him into metaphor.
“Say, this is just the stuff my script lacked,” enthused the continuity writer.
"That's fine," Mr. Peck enthused, his eyes shining brilliantly.
Tracks are fresher around that' water-hole'n what they have been, an' Applehead, he's all enthused.
He was enthused by the possibilities that thronged his imagination.
"The mater's idea," replied Cologne, enthused with Dorothy's delight.