enthusiasm[ en-thoo-zee-az-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF enthusiasm
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTHUSIASM
But her interest in his hobby for once failed to awaken his enthusiasm.
Burke slapped his leg with an enthusiasm that might have broken a weaker member.
If his enthusiasm had not run counter to my rights, I might have admired it.
"But she is right," exclaimed Hubert, again carried away by her enthusiasm.
John felt that he had been rebuked for an excess of enthusiasm.
The glow of enthusiasm, the fever of creativeness were at its height.
The English boy did no work, but stood by and directed us with enthusiasm.
These messages were the signal for a fresh outburst of enthusiasm.
The other cab was pelting after him with all the enthusiasm of a hound on a fresh trail.
In spite of herself, Phoebe felt a trifle chilled by their lack of enthusiasm.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ENTHUSIASM
- ax to grind
- bee in bonnet
- bug in ear
- fixed idea
- idée fixe
- on the brain
- tiger by the tail