Enthusiastic in a sentence

Definition of Enthusiastic

With zealous fervor; excited, motivated.

Short Example Sentence for Enthusiastic

  • 1. An enthusiastic cheer answered him.
  • 2. I am not an enthusiastic play-goer.
  • 3. The most enthusiastic men are often the quietest.
  • 4. The assembly broke into enthusiastic applause.
  • 5. The Alumni had an enthusiastic meeting.
  • 6. He was an enthusiastic Oriental scholar.
  • 7. Surgeon, an enthusiastic fox-hunting, 138.
  • 8. William Dewey was one of its most enthusiastic proponents.
  • 9. He grew even more enthusiastic after meeting Louise.
  • 10. The most enthusiastic cheers followed this interesting speech.
  • 11. As they drew near the valley his eyes lost their enthusiastic light.
  • 12. Music lovers crowded into his dressing-room, enthusiastic in their praises.
  • 13. To the excited vision of the enthusiastic Pep the result was a burst of glory.
  • 14. He growed plumb enthusiastic then, 'Beautiful subject,' says he.

How to use Enthusiastic in a Sentence?

  • 1. The enthusiastic welcome he received from his countrymen encouraged his dissatisfaction.
  • 2. Two letters this morning were full of enthusiastic encomium on the use of the machine.
  • 3. Hatherleigh made an enthusiastic noise and drank beer at him with round eyes over the mug.
  • 4. Nothing is so warm, and enthusiastic as a sudden expansion of the heart between young men.
  • 5. Some were doubtless impressed, and went away enthusiastic about that young warrior.
  • 6. The inhabitants of Mastung were enthusiastic in their description of the plain in summer.
  • 7. At Versailles, we found thousands at the station, who gave us a most enthusiastic welcome.
  • 8. Some were enthusiastic students of English literature, and especially of English poetry.
  • 9. Mr Haydon understands art, lectures upon it, and is, we believe, enthusiastic in his profession.
  • 10. His appearance was the signal for prolonged and enthusiastic greeting from the enormous audience present.
  • 11. The view that burst upon his sight was such as might well have engrossed the attention of a more enthusiastic temperament.
  • 12. His tastes and accomplishments were many and various, and he was very young-hearted and enthusiastic in the pursuit of them all his life.
  • 13. At such times his public addresses became so attractive that thousands of enthusiastic hearers assembled to hang upon his lips.
  • 14. Thence her fame travelled back to her own home; but an early death prevented her from enjoying the fruits of her enthusiastic toil.
  • 15. We soon found that our, enthusiastic friend was trying to do a million dollar business on a one dollar capital.
  • 16. The enthusiastic lawyer refused all promotion, and became a quite pious adorer of this angel of grace and beauty.
  • 17. But never before, to his enthusiastic sense, did the sweet seriousness of this angelic symbol come with such strange significance.
  • 18. The proficiency which I had acquired in his art during my residence in the convent had made me an enthusiastic amateur.
  • 19. Jacques Bourassin was the first man they met on landing, and he was enthusiastic about the prospects before them.
  • 20. This was well, because, being enthusiastic and irrepressible, he would probably have given his opinion first at any rate.
  • 21. The next day Tommy gave an organ recital in the playground before a large and enthusiastic audience.
  • 22. For many decades the party professed enthusiastic admiration of British institutions and our ideals of personal freedom.
  • 23. There is a vacancy in my domestic staff, and the rush to fill it has been less enthusiastic than I could wish.
  • 24. The enthusiastic shouts of the squadrons proved that the host was ready to follow Banfi whithersoever he might choose to lead it.
  • 25. Of late years the Sophists have found an enthusiastic defender in the distinguished historian of Greece.
  • 26. She herself was beginning to have that enthusiastic admiration for her which generous girls accord to others more beautiful and more gifted than themselves.