verb (used without object), en·thused, en·thus·ing.
verb (used with object), en·thused, en·thus·ing.
Origin of enthuse
Related formsqua·si-en·thused, adjectiveun·en·thused, adjective
Examples from the Web for enthuse
BALA leaders, meanwhile, enthuse about the wave of public attention their cause is receiving.The Shady Group Behind the African-American Anti-Immigration Rally|Michelle Cottle|July 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
People might not enthuse over Peter, but no one ever quarrelled with him.The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him|Paul Leicester Ford
Mr. Briggerland did not enthuse over any form of sport or exercise.The Angel of Terror|Edgar Wallace
You should hear him enthuse about it; he's perfectly bound up in it.