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1. enthusiasm

noun. ['ɪnˈθuːziːˌæzəm'] overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval.

Synonyms

  • ebullience
  • rabidness
  • life
  • liveliness
  • exuberance
  • rabidity
  • spirit
  • madness
  • sprightliness

Antonyms

  • humility
  • liking
  • calmness
  • concern

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Words that Rhyme with Enthusiasm

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How do you pronounce enthusiasm?

Pronounce enthusiasm as ɪnˈθuziˌæzəm.

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How to spell enthusiasm? Is it enthusiam? Or enthousiasme? Common misspellings are:

  • enthusiam
  • enthousiasme

Example sentences of the word enthusiasm


1. Noun, singular or mass
Go with him to see the game and show your enthusiasm or let him go with a buddy.

2. Verb, 3rd person singular present
Show enthusiasm as you sing, clap and cheer.

Quotes containing the word enthusiasm


1. Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.
- Winston Churchill

2. I always had to genuinely like the actors I worked with and use my enthusiasm and vision to give them confidence to push their creativity and their humor.
- Tamra Davis

3. The real secret of success is enthusiasm.
- Walter Chrysler

2. enthusiasm

noun. ['ɪnˈθuːziːˌæzəm'] a feeling of excitement.

Synonyms

  • technophilia
  • avidity
  • avidness
  • exuberance
  • zestfulness
  • zest
  • relish
  • eagerness
  • gusto
  • keenness

Antonyms

  • ingratitude
  • despair
  • pain
  • fear

3. enthusiasm

noun. ['ɪnˈθuːziːˌæzəm'] a lively interest.

Synonyms

  • Anglomania
  • involvement
  • interest

Antonyms

  • pleasure
  • gravity
  • dislike
  • pride
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