enthusiasm in a sentence

She got the job by virtue of her youth and enthusiasm.

They must have failed through lack of enthusiasm.

His spontaneous kiss was received with enthusiasm by the girl.

The President’s visit was greeted with unrestrained enthusiasm.

He showed a lot of enthusiasm for the development of new products.

The plans for a party have generated a lot of enthusiasm among the children.

The children were flush with enthusiasm at the end of their school camping trip.

Her happiness and enthusiasm radiate from her, and bring hope to everyone around her.

Despite his illness, he is still able to look at life with a sense of humor and enthusiasm.

We were badly beaten in the final, but the children left with their enthusiasm undiminished.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once remarked that nothing great has ever been achieved without enthusiasm.

A few hours of piano lessons have blunted her enthusiasm for learning to play a musical instrument.

Discussion question: What is your favorite way of entertaining yourself when you are with friends? enthusiasm
The teacher was trying to convey a sense of enthusiasm for reading poetry to a group of adolescent boys.

Someone once said you must never let your energy and enthusiasm be dampened by the discouragement that always comes.

I wish you would show a little more enthusiasm about our upcoming wedding.

You’re making me a little nervous.

When my son made the top hockey team in town, my enthusiasm was tempered by the knowledge that it was going to cost me a fortune.

I grabbed as much SIMM as possible in the computer shop the other day.

Say what you like, it was more than just enthusiasm.

A businesswoman once suggested that a mediocre idea that generates enthusiasm will go further than a great idea that inspires no one.

When giving a presentation, you can create and maintain positive energy among your listeners by speaking with passion and enthusiasm.



ZuTavern once remarked, “The successful man has enthusiasm.

Good work is never done in cold blood, heat is needed to forge anything.