enthuse enthuse  /ɪn ˈθuz/


  1. (v) cause to feel enthusiasm
  2. (v) utter with enthusiasm


  1. But it's the less cool, neglected hits from the mid-'70s that most enthuse Murdoch, who still sings in his local church choir.
  2. They will, however, find this book a frank thriller, with villainy and heroics in high relief, easy to read, hard to enthuse over.


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  1. "I am determined that we enthuse and engage boys in English but this is about taking a far broader approach in schools and government than simply using stereotyped 'fighting and football' texts," said Mr Knight.
    on Mar 1, 2007 By: Jim Knight Source: InTheNews.co.uk

  2. "Yes, it's a very bad poll for the Coalition ...... I recognise that," Mr Howard told Sky News today. "What it does though is to encourage me, enthuse me to work even harder to convince the Australian public that the future prosperity and...
    on Sep 3, 2007 By: John Howard Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  3. On science, Mr Darling said: "I can announce today that we will commit £10m over the next five years - which alongside contributions from the Wellcome Trust and private sector will create a £30m Enthuse Science fund. This will give every science...
    on Mar 12, 2008 By: Alistair Darling Source: BBC News

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untenable untenable
/ən ˈtɛ nə bəl /