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verb (rfc-trverb, Transitive verb)
(third-person singular simple present enthuses, present participle enthusing, simple past enthused, past participle enthused)
  1. (proscribed) To cause (someone) to feel enthusiasm.
The novelty of the film enthused the audience.
Etymology: First attested from w:1827, 1827. (back-form, enthusiasm, nodot=2), from Greek entheos, inspired by a god, from en-, in + theos, god.


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