Definition of Enthusiasms

1. Noun. (plural of enthusiasm) ¹



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Definition of Enthusiasms

1. enthusiasm [n] - See also: enthusiasm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enthusiasms

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

Literary usage of Enthusiasms

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1. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler (1914)
"IV A CHAPTER OF enthusiasms IE looking back over my own life, a series jf enthusiasms would appear to stand out as a sort of spinal system, about which are ..."

2. Samuel F.B. Morse: His Letters and Journals by Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Edward Lind Morse (1914)
"enthusiasms. — Smuggling and lotteries. — English appreciation of art. — Copley. — Friendliness of West. — Elgin marbles. — Cries of London. ..."

3. The Rag-bag: A Collection of Ephemera by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1855)
"... PUBLIC enthusiasms. THE way we " Public" sit still, and see ourself got up into an enthusiasm, is a phenomenon, in its way. ..."

4. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... enthusiasms and his irritations, his friendships and his enmities. If he is often out of temper, he is most human, most affectionate, most ascetic, ..."

5. The Settlement Idea: A Vision of Social Justice by Arthur Cort Holden (1922)
"The difficulties and problems which beset the individual worker react not only upon his own character and personality but, where he allows enthusiasms to ..."

6. The Holland House Circle by Lloyd Charles Sanders (1908)
"... oratory and puns—John Wishaw—"The Pope"' and "the Mufti"—Hobhouse and Byron—Hobhouse and Burdett— " Liberty candidates "—Exhausted enthusiasms. ..."

7. Cavour and the Making of Modern Italy, 1810-1861 by Pietro Orsi (1914)
"CHAPTER VI REFORMS AND enthusiasms Enthusiasm for Pius IX.—Reforms in the Papal States, Tuscany and Piedmont—Cavour as journalist—Condition of Lom- ..."

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