Definition of enthuse
- is enthused about the project
- a splendid performance, and I was enthusing over it
- —Julian Huxley
“This dinner is wonderful!” he enthused.
His presentation failed to enthuse the committee.
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First Known Use: 1827See Words from the same year
: to say (something) with enthusiasm
: to show enthusiasm : to talk about something with enthusiasm
: to make (someone) enthusiastic
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