Definition of Enthuses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enthuse) ¹



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Definition of Enthuses

1. enthuse [v] - See also: enthuse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enthuses

enthrone
enthroned
enthronement
enthronements
enthrones
enthroning
enthronisation
enthronise
enthronization
enthronizations
enthronize
enthuse
enthused
enthuser
enthusers
enthuses (current term)
enthusiasm
enthusiasms
enthusiast
enthusiastic
enthusiastical
enthusiastically
enthusiastick
enthusiasticke
enthusiasts
enthusing
enthymematic
enthymeme
enthymemes
enthymemic

Literary usage of Enthuses

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1. A People Awakened: The Story of Woodrow Wilson's First Campaign which by Bacon, Charles Reade (1912)
"... enthuses BRIDGETON THRONG HOLDS GREAT AUDIENCE IN ENEMY'S STRONGHOLD SPELLBOUND FOR ENTIRE HOUR Bridgeton, Oct. 7. — In one of the almost impregnable ..."

2. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... 1970 he never enthused too loudly about his son's accomplishments —Craig Waters, The Washingtonian, May 1974 enthuses over the joys and beauties of.. ..."

3. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1898)
"... Horse Show, Metropolitan — Over each one she enthuses As but Cherry Valley can. Is it strange when breezes waft her Homeward, sorrow weighs me down? ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1911)
"... of suggestions relative to social reforms, and these are stated so clearly, forcefully, and intelligently that one enthuses in approbation of his plans. ..."

5. Mind (1902)
"the inertia of the masses, and sets an example that enthuses other individuals to take a positive position; and thus a vanguard is formed that leads the ..."

6. Freedom of Speech by Zechariah Chafee (1920)
"It simply enthuses them, and they indulge in cheering and waving it in the air. The Roxbury Riot of last May 28 is a practical demonstration of his ..."

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