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en·thu·si·as·tic

 (ĕn-tho͞o′zē-ăs′tĭk)
adj.
Having or demonstrating enthusiasm.

en·thu′si·as′ti·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.enthusiastically - with enthusiasm; in an enthusiastic manner; "they discussed the question enthusiastically"
unenthusiastically - without enthusiasm; showing no enthusiasm; "the children opened the presents unenthusiastically"
2.enthusiastically - in a lavish or enthusiastic manner; "he extolled her virtues sky-high"
Translations
بِحَماس
entusiastiskt
lelkesedéssel
af ákafa
navdušeno
hevesleşevkle

enthusiastically

[ɪnˌθuːzɪˈæstɪkəlɪ] ADV [greet, support, speak] → con entusiasmo
he shouted enthusiasticallygritó entusiasmado

enthusiastically

[ɪnˌθjuːziˈæstɪkli] adv [greet, respond, speak] → avec enthousiasme

enthusiastically

enthusiastically

[ɪnˌθjuːzɪˈæstɪklɪ] adventusiasticamente, con entusiasmo

enthusiasm

(inˈθjuːziӕzəm) noun
strong or passionate interest. He has a great enthusiasm for travelling; He did not show any enthusiasm for our new plans.
enˈthusiast noun
a person filled with enthusiasm. a computer enthusiast.
enˌthusiˈastic adjective
(negative unenthusiastic) full of enthusiasm or approval. an enthusiastic mountaineer.
enˌthusiˈastically adverb
References in classic literature ?
These oppressive enactments were the produce of the Norman Conquest, for the Saxon laws of the chase were mild and humane; while those of William, enthusiastically attached to the exercise and its rights, were to the last degree tyrannical.
and as I repeated it enthusiastically, it seemed to have a certain familiarity for my ear,--as though it were the name of some famous beauty or some popular actress,--yet the exact association eluded me, and obviously it was better it should remain a name of mystery.
So I expressed myself enthusiastically on the subject and never faltered.
His youngest boy, a late-comer, a great cricketer it seemed, twelve years old or thereabouts, chattered enthusiastically of the exploits of W.
That there is a truth higher than experience, of which the mind bears witness to herself, is a conviction which in our own generation has been enthusiastically asserted, and is perhaps gaining ground.
When Katharine was seventeen or eighteen--that is to say, some ten years ago--her mother had enthusiastically announced that now, with a daughter to help her, the biography would soon be published.
He shook hands with Philip enthusiastically, but Philip's face fell, for he realised that Rose had forgotten all about their appointment.
He at once agreed to everything, and put the matter before the Emperor," said Princess Anna Mikhaylovna enthusiastically, quite forgetting all the humiliation she had endured to gain her end.
The nobility enthusiastically applauded, and Dorothy applauded with them.
I've got what I wanted," the young man answered enthusiastically.
As the contestants came opposite where Bashti and Aora his prime minister stood, they redoubled their efforts, Wiwau goading enthusiastically, Tiha jumping with every thrust to the imminent danger of dropping the stones.
Oh, but it isn't queer--it's lovely," maintained Pollyanna enthusiastically.