Most of the writing was done by Lincoln enthusiast Jesse Weik, and the reception was mixed at best and downright hostile at worst.
Manzi, who founded a company that makes software expediting RFTs, is an enthusiast of this empirical approach, and rightly so.
Bashar has been an enthusiast for Hizballah, and an admirer of its tough anti-Israel militancy.
That was 30 years ago, when I was something of an enthusiast.
“Just look at the contrast when he stands on the stage next to Romney,” one Gingrich enthusiast told me.
Dr. Le Plongeon is an enthusiast in his chosen career, that of an archæologist and an explorer.
I had more sense than to contest with him, since there is no possibility of convincing an enthusiast.
He is an enthusiast within limits for the genius of Sterne and the genius of Horace Walpole.
The enthusiast, with his cuff an impatient blank, never hung about Henley.
But the enthusiast and the patriot spoke not at that hour only of himself, or that dearer self, the only being he had loved.
1560s, pejorative, "one who believes himself possessed of divine revelations or special communication from God," from Greek enthousiastes "a person inspired," from enthousiazein (see enthusiasm). General sense (not always entirely pejorative) is from mid-18c.