enthusiastically

[ en-thoo-zee-as-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF enthusiastically

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTHUSIASTICALLY

"Oh, tell me about him," cried Miss Sommerton, enthusiastically.

Claude, however, had enthusiastically sprung on to the bench, and stood upon it.

Once more Tony faced the world hopefully and enthusiastically.

The zologists have not accepted it quite so enthusiastically.

"You will be sure to like her," cried Harry, enthusiastically.

I like that, cried I enthusiastically; 'that's the bulletin to my fancy.

"They are all so pleased—so satisfied with everything," said Nelly, enthusiastically.

"That's the way to fight the battle of life," cried the sailor, enthusiastically.

All present were Venetians, and they welcomed Marcoline enthusiastically.

Enthusiastically and yet with all humility for I have no red carpet to run down the stair.

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