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 enthused
Almost everything in it has potential for bipartisan support, he enthused.Paul Ryan’s Plan: Rebooting Compassionate Conservatism|Eleanor Clift|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What a sauce that is,” he enthused, “which dresses an oyster I suck from the mouth of the woman I love!
Online, the reaction to the congress was less than enthused, especially on Chinese microblogs collectively known as Weibo.
Jewish voters in Florida, according to a report in the Forward, are less than enthused about this presidential election.
“I realized the meaning of life after watching this,” enthused one recent commenter.10 Outrageous Attack Ads: Bain, Burning Money, & More (Videos)|The Daily Beast Video|August 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was enthused by the possibilities that thronged his imagination.Nedra|George Barr McCutcheon
Molly enthused with sparkling eyes, adding quickly, "I hope he's not very badly wounded?"The Hermit of Far End|Margaret Pedler
"It's a glorious day," Phyllis enthused as they entered the park and headed toward the zoo.Phyllis|Dorothy Whitehill
He levied tribute upon the liberties of an enthused imagination.The Riddle Of The Rocks|Charles Egbert Craddock (AKA Mary Noailles Murfree)
I was so enthused over him that I went to my room and wrote a letter home trying to describe him.Booker T. Washington|Emmett J. Scott and Lyman Beecher Stowe