enthusiasm


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passionate devotion to or interest in a cause or subject, for example

a subject or activity that inspires lively interest

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They rendered the whole nation familiar for centuries with one of the grandest and most varied of all collections of books, which was adopted with ardent patriotic enthusiasm as one of the chief national possessions, and which has served as an unfailing storehouse of poetic and dramatic allusions for all later writers.
Under Elizabeth's wise guidance the prosperity and enthusiasm of the nation had risen to the highest pitch, and London in particular was overflowing with vigorous life.
I worked with enthusiasm, I had a definite aim before me, I had found the encouragement I needed.
He was in the very first enthusiasm and delight of his second courtship of Amelia, which was inexpressibly sweet to him.
It's a shame, by Heavens," said George, working himself up into passion and enthusiasm as he proceeded, "to play at fast and loose with a young girl's affections--and with such an angel as that--one so superior to the people amongst whom she lived, that she might have excited envy, only she was so good and gentle, that it's a wonder anybody dared to hate her.
I have often attributed my attachment to, my passionate enthusiasm for, the dangerous mysteries of ocean to that production of the most imaginative of modern poets.
It was the next step for us," said Chris McMillen, president of Mass Enthusiasm.
SCOTLAND manager Gordon Strachan insists his players are not suffering from an end-of-season hangover and says he has been struck by their hunger and enthusiasm ahead of tonight's friendly against Nigeria.
The thought and enthusiasm measures together suggest a mixed picture for Republicans.
A successful sales career requires study and practice, but it also requires enthusiasm and faith.
You could quite easily see him as one of the younger players with the enthusiasm, passion and desire he shows.
Regarding enthusiasm and the French Revolution, a topic the inclusion of which makes this book particularly interesting and distinctive among other books on Kant's aesthetics, it draws in particular on the essay "An Old Question Raised Again: Is the Human Race Constantly Progressing?
Larry David, co-creator of "Seinfeld", has convinced the four stars of the funny show to reunite for a multiepisode arc on the upcoming season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," reports Contactmusic.
He can instill the enthusiasm and strategy that dictates how the team play, but if the players have not got the ability to carry it out, it is all a waste of time.