Enthusiasm [noun]

Definition of Enthusiasm:

keen interest, excitement

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Sentence/Example of Enthusiasm:

Now Tinder will find out if audiences in the rest of the world, where its competes with a large roster of other dating apps, will respond to “Swipe Night” with the same level of enthusiasm.

Hadiqa Bashir, on an attempted marriage when she was 11When we chat, Bashir’s voice is filled with a nonchalant and childish enthusiasm, and yet there is something omniscient about the way she speaks.

Despite pleas to stay away, the president said his visit to Kenosha would “increase enthusiasm” in Wisconsin—a key battleground state ahead of November’s presidential election.

Sprokkreeff offered a company-wide mental health day at Webprofits this year, to much enthusiasm.

The upcoming four-for-one stock split, a move that has no effect on share price but often spurs investor enthusiasm, is one measure of Apple’s success under Cook.

Even though there’s plenty of enthusiasm for Europe, it doesn’t necessarily mean investors will be right.

Enthusiastic votes count just as much as unenthusiastic ones, meaning an enthusiasm gap would only really matter in a close election.

No enthusiasm advantage — no matter how big — could possibly make up for that kind of a gap.

These practical demonstrations occurred usually in the opening enthusiasm of the term.

In Manila particularly, amidst the pealing of bells and strains of music, unfeigned enthusiasm and joy were everywhere evident.