enthusiastic definition

  • adjective:
    • Having or demonstrating passion.
    • With zealous fervor; excited, motivated
    • full of enthusiasm; described as passion; zealous.
    • having or showing great pleasure and interest
    • Having or showing enthusiasm.
    • With zealous fervor; excited, inspired
    • Filled with passion; described as enthusiasm; zealous.
    • having or showing great excitement and interest
    • Having or showing passion.
    • With zealous fervor; excited, motivated
    • Filled with passion; characterized by passion; zealous.
    • having or showing great pleasure and interest
  • noun:
    • An enthusiast; a zealot.
    • An enthusiast.
    • An enthusiast; a zealot.
    • An enthusiast.
    • An enthusiast; a zealot.
    • An enthusiast.
  • others:
    • full of or described as passion, or even the conceit of special intercourse with God, or of direct revelations or directions from him.
    • Prone to passion; zealous or devoted; enthusiastic in commitment to a belief or a principle, or even the quest for an object: since, a keen reformer.
    • raised; ardent; motivated by or glowing with passion: as, the speaker resolved the viewers in passionate strains.
    • Synonyms Enthusiastic, Fanatical; eager, zealous, dedicated, fervent, enthusiastic, shining; heated, inflamed, visionary. Enthusiastic is most regularly used with reference to you whoever sympathies or emotions are warmly involved with favor of any cause or goal, and who's saturated in hope and ardent zeal; while fanatical is typically stated of someone who has fantastic and extravagant views on religious or ethical subjects, or some similarly absorbing subject. See superstition.
    • Filled with or described as passion, or perhaps the conceit of unique sexual intercourse with God, or of direct revelations or directions from him.
    • at risk of passion; zealous or dedicated; enthusiastic in devotion to a belief or a principle, or perhaps the search for an object: since, a passionate reformer.
    • Elevated; ardent; empowered by or radiant with passion: as, the presenter addressed the viewers in enthusiastic strains.
    • Synonyms Enthusiastic, Fanatical; eager, zealous, devoted, fervent, passionate, glowing; heated, inflamed, visionary. Enthusiastic is most regularly used with reference to you whoever sympathies or feelings tend to be warmly engaged in favor of any cause or pursuit, and who is high in hope and ardent zeal; while fanatical is generally said of a person who features great and extravagant views on religious or ethical subjects, or some similarly absorbing subject. See superstition.
    • Filled with or characterized by enthusiasm, or the conceit of special intercourse with God, or of direct revelations or instructions from him.
    • vulnerable to enthusiasm; zealous or devoted; enthusiastic in devotion to a belief or a principle, or even the search for an object: as, a passionate reformer.
    • Elevated; ardent; inspired by or shining with passion: as, the speaker addressed the audience in passionate strains.
    • Synonyms Enthusiastic, Fanatical; eager, zealous, devoted, fervent, passionate, shining; heated, inflamed, visionary. Enthusiastic is most regularly used with reference to you whoever sympathies or feelings are warmly engaged in benefit of every cause or goal, and that is filled with hope and ardent zeal; while fanatical is usually said of someone who has great and extravagant views on religious or ethical subjects, or some similarly absorbing topic. See superstition.

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