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- adv. In an enthusiastic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an enthusiastic manner; with enthusiasm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with enthusiasm; in an enthusiastic manner
- adv. in a lavish or enthusiastic manner
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I can't recommend this title enthusiastically enough; seek out a copy and prepare for a incredible ride through a future we still have a chance of attaining.
In almost every village, we were greeted enthusiastically from the locals along the side of the road.
Carl and Russell, the nerdy little Junior Wilderness Explorer who unwillingly comes along on the adventure but then joins in enthusiastically, are a very unlikely pair of heroes but they are heroes and recognizable as heroes despite their weaknesses and shortcomings, because of their devotion to the ideal the movie's villain was once devoted to but abandoned for the sake of vanity and ego.
When he came in enthusiastically greeting us, I wiped my brow as I finished screwing back together the target box and complained how hard osmium was to work with.
"Jean-Luc!" she calls enthusiastically, and kisses me firmly, "It's so good to see you again."
It is easier to fill our political platforms with a rainbow of complexions, to join enthusiastically once a year on Martin Luther King's birthday to utter platitudes about equality.
The Literary Magazine and British Review he describes as enthusiastically pro-American, but it lived only a short time.
Are Jakartans so indifferent that they don't heed the calls enthusiastically?
2 Despite his damaged pride, the detective saw the funny side, and subsequently joined the "Balmoris" in enthusiastically planning further adventures.
"We can do it," Linda Sanchez called enthusiastically, a cheerleader.