overenthusiastically love



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  • adv. With excessive enthusiasm.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an excessively enthusiastic manner.


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  • Kasuri said the record of such a proposal was with the Pakistan government and that president Asif Zardari, in his first press conference as head of state, had referred to the progress on resolving the Kashmir dispute and stated rather 'overenthusiastically' that he was aware of the progress and the nation would soon hear good news.


  • It was a bright April day in Kabul in 1978, but the field right next to the American embassy could have been in Iowa: kids in baseball caps and bright yellow T shirts swinging and missing at baseballs, with proud parents cheering overenthusiastically from the stands.

    An Afghan Childhood

  •   “To start with the question of the discharge,” began Sister Apothecaire, somewhat overenthusiastically, but Sister Doctor spoke over her.

    Son of a Witch

  • Gaynor and Lawrence appeared about to explode, while Dautrish was overenthusiastically showing the four Codep officials various artifacts of Hrruban manufacture.

    Decision at Doona

  • "We as artists should be jumping in with both feet," she said, "sometimes brilliantly, sometimes stupidly, sometimes overenthusiastically - responding to it and not retreating from it."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Not only has the government embraced, perhaps overenthusiastically, its traditional role of money creator, recognizing that back in the

    City Journal

  • Hiro is still powerless, but instead of being bitter, he's thrown himself overenthusiastically into training a reluctant Ando as a superhero.

    Television Without Pity

  • The rambunctious Irish Setter, incarcerated in the basement because of his habit of overenthusiastically greeting strangers, managed to get out.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories

  • • virtue of balanced budget legislation is overenthusiastically -- "We're not going to cry 'emergency' every time we have a Katrina" -- extolled by

    Paul Slansky: This Preposterous Week in Review

  • "a reversal Washington awkwardly, and overenthusiastically, joined, again making waves with the announcement that the wire had said in a video interview that" if you want to know that it really happened [in celebrity news], then you're going to have to go to AP ...



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