enthusiast

[ en-thoo-zee-ast, -ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF enthusiast

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I am, if possible, more than ever an enthusiast to the Muses.

Jackson the President, Jackson the general, was an enthusiast.

He was an enthusiast, and his portfolio was full of schemes of far-reaching magnitude.

This one was not smoking, and he had the startled eyes of the enthusiast.

There was that enthusiast brother of hers—the officer they shot under Nicholas.

You are not an enthusiast, but there is an immense force of revolt in you.

In the 'Innocents' the writer is the enthusiast with a sense of humor.

Perhaps this is the best method for an enthusiast to pursue.

Like Dr. Schliemann he was no erudite savant, but an enthusiast with an eye for likely sites.

The average Southerner of that period was no enthusiast for Slavery.

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