Asked if there was competition among the interns to wear the suit, Williams laughed, “he was the most enthusiastic.”
It will certainly not happen without the enthusiastic support of the Obama administration, and that is far from certain.
There are the enthusiastic fans, as well as girls in mini skirts with abundant cleavage promoting the latest TV series.
Wisconsin Democrats were supposed to be enthusiastic about taking down Walker.
There was also no way Obama voters were as enthusiastic as Romney voters.
Eilert Lovborg was one of her most enthusiastic protectors—in the days of his glory.
The public realized this, and gave the most enthusiastic reception to Gama.
Refolding the sheets, he slipped them into an envelope with enthusiastic finality.
It was an enthusiastic, banner-waving,147 shouting, hallooing crowd.
The colonists are expecting a little show for their enthusiastic welcome.
c.1600, "pertaining to possession by a deity," from Greek enthousiastikos "inspired," from enthousiazein (see enthusiasm). Meaning "pertaining to irrational delusion in religion" is from 1690s. The main modern sense, in reference to feelings or persons, "intensely eager, rapturous," is from late 18c. Related: Enthusiastically.