Examples of enthusiastic in a Sentence
They were enthusiastic supporters of the president.
I'm not wildly enthusiastic about your latest idea.
She received an enthusiastic welcome.
Recent Examples of enthusiastic from the Web
As elsewhere, the economic top and bottom were less enthusiastic about banning Catholic schools.
Bidwill has every right to be enthusiastic about a longtime friend’s new career opportunity, and even to stump for him.
And when Justin Freer took the stage to introduce the film and do a roll-call of houses, the response was enthusiastic.
The Hornets are enthusiastic about former Kansas guard Graham’s potential.
Early reaction from the Philly theater community was enthusiastic.
And Shaqiri, who scored a hat-trick for Switzerland at the World Cup that summer, was enthusiastic about the prospect of joining the Reds revolution.
His wife, Ciara, grew up a baseball fan and was enthusiastic about it, too.
Congressional polls that poll likely voters, or those who are enthusiastic about voting, are much more Democratic.
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agog, antsy, anxious, ardent, athirst, avid, crazy, desirous, eager, enthused, excited, great, greedy, gung ho, hot, hungry, impatient, keen, nuts, pumped, raring, solicitous, thirsty, voracious, wild;
champing at the bit, chomping at the bit;
ENTHUSIASTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enthusiastic for English Language Learners
: feeling or showing strong excitement about something : filled with or marked by enthusiasm
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