enthused

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Past participle of enthuse
present participle of enthuse
enthuse
to show enthusiasm

a splendid performance, and I was enthusing over it — Julian Huxley.

enthuse
to cause (someone) to feel enthusiasm or to be enthusiastic

The novelty of the film enthused the audience.

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to yield to or display intense and rapturous feeling
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utter with enthusiasm
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{f} express enthusiasm or excitement
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If you are enthused by something, it makes you feel excited and enthusiastic. I was immediately enthused Find a hobby or interest which enthuses you
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If you enthuse about something, you talk about it in a way that shows how excited you are about it. Elizabeth David enthuses about the taste, fragrance and character of Provencal cuisine `I've found the most wonderful house to buy!' she enthused
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utter with enthusiasm cause to feel enthusiasm
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cause to feel enthusiasm
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To make or become enthusiastic
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To cause (someone) to feel enthusiasm
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