verb (used without object), en·thused, en·thus·ing.
verb (used with object), en·thused, en·thus·ing.
Origin of enthuse
Examples from the Web for enthuses
As he enthuses, jokes and extemporizes, it is obvious why he found success as a comedian and performer.
He who attracts and enthuses can for a time command attention.Seed Thoughts for Singers|Frank Herbert Tubbs
As a public reader, Miss Brown delights and enthuses her audiences.
British Dictionary definitions for enthuses
Word Origin and History for enthuses
1827, American English, back-formation from enthusiasm. Originally often humorous or with affected ignorance. Related: enthused; enthusing.