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How do you spell enthusiastic in words?

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Correct spelling:
having or showing great excitement and interest; " enthusiastic crowds filled the streets"; " an enthusiastic response"; " was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons"
vigorous (adjective)
eager, industrious, vigorous, lively, animated, earnest, fervent, prolific, passionate, zealous, impassioned, afire, zestful, sprightly, active, emphatic, fiery, exuberant, frisky, mettlesome, full-blooded, powerful, ablaze, strenuous, puissant, burning, virile, spirited, peppy, strong, ardent, energetic, zippy, lusty, agitated, hearty, potent, excited.
lively (adjective)
vigorous, brisk, active, lively, alert, vital, animated, mettlesome.
enthusiastic (adjective)
spirited, fanatical, eager, ardent, zealous, excited, fervent.
Other synonyms:
avid, overenthusiastic, ardent, evangelistic, Evangelical, glowing, warm, zealous, crazy, eager, gung ho, great.
Examples of usage:
  1. The young people grew enthusiastic, and one by one the old folk yielded and followed them. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.
  2. She had never seen, for her part, anything about Sir George to be enthusiastic about. Stratherne - "The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols", William Black.
  3. Ned Crawford listened to enthusiastic account of the battle with a curious question in his mind which he was too polite to utter. Felicia's - "Ahead of the Army", W. O. Stoddard.

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