Enthusiasm in a sentence

Definition of Enthusiasm

(obsolete or historical) Possession by a god; divine inspiration or frenzy. | Intensity of feeling; excited interest or eagerness. | Something in which one is keenly interested.

Short Example Sentence for Enthusiasm

  • 1. The enthusiasm quickened.
  • 2. There was less enthusiasm in the answer.
  • 3. I was full of enthusiasm over this insane amusement.
  • 4. I seized my pencil with enthusiasm at the thought.
  • 5. In his enthusiasm he pounded Wallie on the back.
  • 6. The suggestion inspires little enthusiasm in England.
  • 7. But do not imagine that he has lost his enthusiasm for the air.
  • 8. I lost for the moment all recollection of myself in the enthusiasm of my art.
  • 9. He was greeted with wild enthusiasm and was indeed the hero of the day.
  • 10. I was cured of my poetical enthusiasm for rebels, robbers, and highwaymen.
  • 11. It was received with enthusiasm by the liberal members of Parliament.

How to use Enthusiasm in a Sentence?

  • 1. Carrie had taken up the newspaper which had moved the enthusiasm of her elder sisters.
  • 2. The news of their coming was received with enthusiasm by the officers stationed at this place.
  • 3. The wave of enthusiasm on which a lady leaves her own country soon spends its force.
  • 4. She smiled at the enthusiasm of the men, but she shook her head gently and firmly.
  • 5. His enthusiasm for work as an amusement cooled in a day or two, but all his pride in it remained.
  • 6. Full of enthusiasm and zeal for the good cause which they had in hand, the missionaries set forth.
  • 7. But it was towards the approach of evening that I felt the highest enthusiasm awakened.
  • 8. Could any enthusiasm of poet or skill of painter attain the sublime elevation of such a scene as that?
  • 9. She bought some particularly costly furs for the campaign that roused enthusiasm whenever she appeared.
  • 10. The enthusiasm of the entire world was fired by this feat and it is difficult to estimate fully its epochal significance.
  • 11. They proclaimed her enthusiasm for me in a way that brought a flush to her cheek and a look into her eye between appeal and defiance.
  • 12. Their enthusiasm now accelerated their pace to a double-quick, and was carrying them too far to the front.
  • 13. The humorous dandy of the play was greeted with shouts of joy by the chorus and equal enthusiasm by the audience.
  • 14. I cried, with an enthusiasm that seemed to surprise her, so unconscious was she ever of any effect she had.
  • 15. The inhabitants are a well-disposed and peaceable race, but not particularly distinguished for enthusiasm in religion.
  • 16. The traces of noble enthusiasm and of unbridled fury are impressed upon his face side by side just as they are in his heart.
  • 17. Good churches are not built by bad men; at least there must be probity and enthusiasm somewhere in society.
  • 18. There was a vast but ill-defined enthusiasm in the breasts of the younger world, and it was shared by many of their teachers.
  • 19. On the whole it was a thoroughly exciting race, and the news of it aroused intense enthusiasm for the sport of ballooning in many lands.
  • 20. I often saw him make runs of four, but when he made his great string of seven, the boys went wild with enthusiasm and admiration.
  • 21. Then the conversation would be bluntly changed, for in the height of one's enthusiasm it is not decent to hurt another fellow's feelings.
  • 22. Some bright particular star, whose lustre flings romance over dry facts, firing the hearts of all patriots with enthusiasm and national fervor.
  • 23. Then she took a long ride with Brigham, a ride that left him all lit up with enthusiasm and made him want to talk about love.
  • 24. It has been received with enthusiasm and it has placed our relations with Latin America on a better footing than they have been for years.
  • 25. They were highly elated over their business progress in the new venture and infused their families and friends with their own enthusiasm and delight.
  • 26. There was a demonstration for him at Brest as he left French soil, but nothing like the enthusiasm that had greeted his arrival.
  • 27. A moment later his enthusiasm was tempered somewhat by the discovery that he had brought to the surface the strongest flow of salt water in the country!
  • 28. Whichever way it happened I am glad of it, and that is as much enthusiasm as I can get up for a person bearing my name.
  • 29. The thought that annoyed him most was of the enthusiasm with which the news of the successful termination of the enterprise would be received at Sidmouth.