Definition Of enthusiasm

noun

intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.

her energy and enthusiasm for life

religious fervor supposedly resulting directly from divine inspiration, typically involving speaking in tongues and wild, uncoordinated movements of the body.

Example Of enthusiasm

  • All that boundless enthusiasm for a linear existence made me feel nauseous.

  • Already it has commented on this newspaper's enthusiasm for the idea, and the endorsement of local MPs.

  • At the time, the parish councillors expressed enthusiasm for the idea.

  • Can the party get out of its enthusiasm for the single currency if the public mood swings against it?

  • Economist, writer, diplomat and public servant, he was also a collector with wide-ranging enthusiasms .


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