enthusiastic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in thooh zee a stik

  • a  having or showing great excitement and interest
    enthusiastic crowds filled the streets
    an enthusiastic response
    was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons

  • I'm actually very enthusiastic about housing.
  • At London, in an address before a session of the World Zionist Organ- ization, Sir Herbert Samuel, High Commissioner of Palestine, waxed enthusiastic over the upbuilding of the .
  • Forty-nine percent of Obama voters describe themselves as "very enthusiastic," compared to just 21% of McCain backers, and a full 27% of the Republican nominee's supporters say .
News & Articles


  • Harry Reid in Examiner.com
    I was a proud and enthusiastic supporter of Barack Obama during the campaign and have worked as hard as I can to advance President Obama's legislative agenda,the senator from Nevada said.
  • Jacques Chirac in International Herald Tribune
    You show the complexity of America, in all its grandeur and fragility, with its enthusiastic dreams and its worried questioning,Chirac said in a ceremony in the Elysée Palace in Paris on Saturday.
  • John McCain in Guardian Unlimited
    I am optimistic, I am enthusiastic and I am confident that I can win this election. But more importantly, I can lead this nation and motivate all Americans to serve a cause greater than their self-interest,McCain said.

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