enthusiastic[ en-thoo-zee-as-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF enthusiastic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTHUSIASTIC
Ambrose, however, had the enthusiastic practicalness of youth.
Probably all of you have read of our enthusiastic reception at Adelaide.
He was fond of hearing Grace's enthusiastic views of things.
I was enthusiastic over the production when I got it on paper and figured it.
Need I say that I drank in all this with enthusiastic relish, and became the most ardent of Whigs?
The generous interpret motives in extremes—ever too enthusiastic or too severe.
Kellogg leaned across the table, fixing him with an enthusiastic eye.
Yes, he is just the same as I was at his age, good-looking and brave and enthusiastic!
To only one word of this enthusiastic outburst did Orlando pay attention.
The music was still sounding with the enthusiastic violence of welcome.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENTHUSIASTIC
- in favor of
- bona fide