Enthusiastic [adjective]

Definition of Enthusiastic:

interested, excited

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Sentence/Example of Enthusiastic:

For Biden, nearly 9 in 10 say they are enthusiastic, though a smaller 50 percent say they are very enthusiastic.

It’s been two decades since I first heard an enthusiastic telecom CEO talk about how call center workers would soon work from home.

After extensive discussions and with enthusiastic support from our leadership team and Board, we have decided that we can do better and I’m writing today to share how we intend to do that on a permanent basis.

Many people are enthusiastic, but the material is not widely available yet.

I don’t think there was any ill intent on the part of the researchers, but sometimes being very optimistic about your technology and enthusiastic about it causes you to have blinders on when it comes to risk assessment.

As I followed the meme-soaked conversation online, I sensed 3D artists were enthusiastic, but not being a 3D artist myself, I wanted to know exactly what made this so special.

Though Nigel was enthusiastic and determined, he was not insensitive to what was passing in the mind of one he admired and liked.

The more enthusiastic among the audience, male and female, also sport the red cap of liberty.

Both girls were enthusiastic; they spent a long afternoon determining this, arranging that.

“There is no static to-night,” said Mr. Brandon, who overheard the enthusiastic girl.