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Pronunciation:

[ɛnθjˈuːzɪˌazəm], [ɛnθjˈuːzɪˌazəm], [ɛ_n_θ_j_ˈuː_z_ɪ__ˌa_z_ə_m]
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Synonyms for Enthusiasm:

enthusiasm (noun) vigor (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Enthusiasm:

  • anthusiasm,
  • enthusast,
  • ethusisiam,
  • enthuisaism,
  • enthausisn,
  • enthusasic,
  • enthausium,
  • inthusiasom,
  • enthuziasm,
  • enthsuiasim,
  • enthisam,
  • enthusasium,
  • enthusiasim,
  • enthusism,
  • infusiazme,
  • enthuiasum,
  • enthuisam,
  • enthsiast,
  • enthusaim,
  • enthuasasim,
  • ethusiam,
  • ethusiasm,
  • enthusiasically,
  • enthuisem,
  • enthusiams,
  • inthusiasim,
  • enthusisum,
  • enthousiam,
  • enthousiasim,
  • ethuseism,
  • ethusasim,
  • enthuisiast,
  • enthuseasim,
  • inthousiasum,
  • enthuaiasm,
  • enthusiaism,
  • enfusiasm,
  • enthusiamsm,
  • enthuseast,
  • inthsiasem,
  • entusiasim,
  • enthusious,
  • enthusiastism,
  • emthusiasm,
  • enthusiaist,
  • enthuisim,
  • enthusiasam,
  • enthisasm,
  • enthusaism,
  • enthuasium,
  • entusiasum,
  • enthusasiam,
  • enthusiaste,
  • enthuisiatic,
  • enthusiasuim,
  • enthusium,
  • entusiazm,
  • ethusiasum,
  • ethusisum,
  • enthousiasm,
  • enthusiusm,
  • enthusamism,
  • entheusism,
  • enthuiasism,
  • anethesiast,
  • enthusasm,
  • enthuasiasm,
  • enthuseasum,
  • emthusiams,
  • enthuaism,
  • enthuisasim,
  • enthusim,
  • ethusiasisium,
  • enthusaium,
  • entusiasm,
  • ethusasm,
  • enthusiatic,
  • inthusiasm,
  • entheusiasm,
  • inthusiatic,
  • enthusasim,
  • enthusiaum,
  • enuthisiam,
  • enthuasim,
  • enthusiasn,
  • enthusasime,
  • enthuseazum,
  • enthusiasism,
  • enthousiatic,
  • enthoziasim,
  • enthusiac,
  • enthausism,
  • euthsiesm,
  • enthusiatse,
  • enthinzime,
  • enthiamism,
  • enthusiasme,
  • enthusiasium,
  • enthiusiasm,
  • enthusisiam,
  • enthousiast,
  • enthusiam,
  • enthisiast,
  • enthusiasum,
  • ethusiasim,
  • enthuisiasm,
  • enthausim,
  • enthusiathsim,
  • enthusisasm,
  • enthosiasum,
  • enthutiasim,
  • enthuseasm,
  • enthusiamism,
  • enthusims,
  • enthuisiam,
  • enthusasum,
  • enthusiasic,
  • enthisiasm,
  • enthusiasem,
  • enthuasiam,
  • enthuasm,
  • enthuasism,
  • enthusioust,
  • enthusias,
  • enthuasiatic,
  • enthusiastm,
  • enthausiam,
  • enthuesiasm,
  • enthusiatsic,
  • enthuiasm,
  • enthusisam,
  • enthosiasm,
  • entheusiast,
  • enthusiased,
  • enthusiatice,
  • inthusiast,
  • enthousiasme,
  • enthsiism,
  • enthuaisum,
  • enthuisasm,
  • enthursiasm,
  • enthusasism,
  • enthustiac,
  • entusiasam,
  • insusiasme,
  • intusiasm,
  • wnthusiasm,
  • enthusiacst,
  • enthausiatic,
  • eunthusiac.

Quotes for Enthusiasm:

  1. Every production of genius must be the production of enthusiasm Benjamin Disraeli.
  2. Yet enthusiasm is no excuse for the historian going off balance. He should remind the reader that outcomes were neither inevitable nor foreordained, but subject to a thousand changes and chances. Samuel E. Morison.
  3. Enthusiasm is that temper of the mind in which the imagination has got the better of the judgment. William Warburton.

Adjectives for Enthusiasm:

  • quick heady,
  • eal less,
  • less sonic,
  • edi\-torial,
  • unrestrained and unwary,
  • cacklingly black,
  • embarrassing fake,
  • unsuspected and tireless,
  • new and playful,
  • genuine tremendous,
  • sudden entrepreneurial,
  • swollen popular,
  • genuine and knowledgeable,
  • scandalously warm,
  • apparent erotic,
  • sheer lush,
  • absolutely infectious,
  • chipper, clearheaded,
  • excessive but pardonable,
  • unmistak\-ably genuine,
  • real, wide-eyed,
  • raw boyish,
  • greatest criminological,
  • earlier fiery,
  • unfailing, unflappable,
  • reckless murderous,
  • useless historical,
  • genuinely childlike,
  • vast and often naive,
  • own infectious,
  • bright, insane,
  • staunch but unexpected,
  • culturally liberal,
  • typical, unconditional,
  • contagious childlike,
  • painfully vigorous,
  • such numb,
  • naive, unbounded,
  • cheerful and thrilling,
  • safe and flaming,
  • capital and reckless,
  • unbounded patriotic,
  • innocent and imitative,
  • all-pervading and mystic,
  • large and responsive,
  • wild but mournful,
  • vague intense,
  • boyish mad,
  • powerful but quiet,
  • sweet loyal,
  • lofty classical,
  • big-hearted and youthful,
  • teasing, mock,
  • cruel and unsocial,
  • intense temperamental,
  • fiery and persistent,
  • doubtless youthful,
  • delightful childish,
  • responsive cordial,
  • mere clannish,
  • own opportunistic,
  • sorrowful and deeply emotional,
  • profound and constitutional,
  • genuine and bold,
  • transitory poetic,
  • zeal, youthful,
  • reckless and unnatural,
  • equal professional,
  • blind, confident,
  • almost inappropriate,
  • dangerously naive,
  • much guileless,
  • pure canine,
  • usually infectious,
  • mad helter-skelter,
  • great doggie,
  • filial and patriotic,
  • many-sided and far-reaching,
  • fiery, imaginative,
  • sincere national,
  • sanguine youthful,
  • peculiar sacramental,
  • totally fake,
  • obviously less,
  • incredibly foolhardy,
  • usual snobbish,
  • geological,
  • just excess,
  • positive active,
  • ancient patriotic,
  • noblest patriotic,
  • grand symbolic,
  • therefore immense,
  • practised professional,
  • much jovial,
  • rugged masculine,
  • sheer, exuberant,
  • positive and affirmative,
  • mere boundless,
  • often naive,
  • strange aesthetic,
  • zeal, more,
  • extremely naive,
  • fresh feminine,
  • apparently unanimous,
  • less rabid,
  • hoarse masculine,
  • less solar,
  • rally sufficient,
  • own unflagging,
  • rather foolhardy,
  • almost intoxicated,
  • latest mad,
  • almost ghoulish,
  • great and sober,
  • sudden patriotic,
  • such threadbare,
  • normal youthful,
  • usual animal,
  • great and loud,
  • intense aesthetic,
  • less electric,
  • mere frothy,
  • more brisk,
  • equally hungry,
  • intense and general,
  • own inspiring,
  • same unrestrained,
  • zeal and patriotic,
  • popular and conventional,
  • almost genuine,
  • strange, visionary,
  • gentle girlish,
  • wild, stern,
  • lesser social,
  • fierce martial,
  • almost secretive,
  • sincere and spontaneous,
  • merely discursive,
  • immature and reckless,
  • impatient and jealous,
  • sincere creative,
  • ardent speculative,
  • zeal and warlike,
  • new and unconquerable,
  • contagious and persuasive,
  • unnatural and spontaneous,
  • extravagantly chivalrous,
  • calm mystical,
  • often unbounded,
  • much unreasoning,
  • eager, unerring,
  • general,
  • general,
  • ardent, unscrupulous,
  • unswerving and unceasing,
  • zeal or compassionate,
  • youthful martial,
  • zeal and unrestrained,
  • life-long scientific,
  • blind and incomprehensible,
  • heroic but misguided,
  • wonderful but inarticulate,
  • special wagnerian,
  • frenzied and inexhaustible,
  • delightfully insincere,
  • strongest and most unselfish,
  • solemn exuberant,
  • coarse, smoky,
  • co-operative and republican,
  • fanatical and almost wild,
  • barren and ineffectual,
  • universal and frantic,
  • latent stern,
  • unanimous and admirable,
  • widespread and exuberant,
  • religious or martial,
  • infectious and tumultuous,
  • quixotic and religious,
  • sudden, feigned,
  • benignant and refined,
  • godlike missionary,
  • fleeting, youthful,
  • admirable persistent,
  • mighty and ardent,
  • wild and unenlightened,
  • romantic quixotic,
  • fine and spontaneous,
  • such outgoing,
  • now inspiring,
  • affectionate and delightful,
  • deep or lofty,
  • marvellously contagious,
  • generous vital,
  • rousing much,
  • serious, cold,
  • catechumenical,
  • still high and new,
  • rare and passionate,
  • genuine and ardent,
  • perverse and mad,
  • exciting wild,
  • lofty and quiet,
  • geographical and missionary,
  • humble and servile,
  • quietly romantic,
  • overwrought religious,
  • childish, sentimental,
  • literary and horticultural,
  • speculative financial,
  • apply religious,
  • meanwhile popular,
  • lofty humanitarian,
  • extravagant and senseless,
  • perhaps transient,
  • youthful, unrestrained,
  • former pure,
  • immensely quiet,
  • booming, hearty,
  • genuine and irresistible,
  • unbounded and irrepressible,
  • generous poetic,
  • wild and ecstatic,
  • impressive popular,
  • previous boyish,
  • insane political,
  • deep and contagious,
  • somewhat bated,
  • eccentric and tasteless,
  • forth especial,
  • equally thoughtless,
  • almost enviable,
  • extremely boyish,
  • virile, healthy,
  • attractive foreign,
  • almost stormy,
  • constant missionary,
  • sensual religious,
  • literary or sentimental,
  • fiery and fanatical,
  • poetical and abstract,
  • intense and almost painful,
  • terrific but short-lived,
  • amorous and poetical,
  • genuine and respectful,
  • zeal and warm-hearted,
  • mild and steadfast,
  • now indescribable,
  • great and nearly universal,
  • lofty and intrepid,
  • passionate, sacred,
  • positively wild,
  • fervent national,
  • great, indescribable,
  • immediately popular,
  • honest youthful,
  • stalwart and steadfast,
  • gentle mutual,
  • zeal and political,
  • brief and romantic,
  • mere loyal,
  • hitherto aimless,
  • finally national,
  • hysterical and insane,
  • military and loyal,
  • perhaps exciting,
  • young undisciplined,
  • universal and overpowering,
  • dormant religious,
  • earlier creative,
  • poetical and national,
  • usual boundless,
  • such fake,
  • whole impassioned,
  • warm and poetic,
  • breezy, buoyant,
  • youthful mental,
  • national or human,
  • mild but genuine,
  • instinctive religious,
  • civil and secular,
  • sympathetic and contagious,
  • wild republican,
  • moody and fitful,
  • stern and honest,
  • merely convivial,
  • greatest and most gratifying,
  • mystic, religious,
  • false conventional,
  • little infectious,
  • humanitarian and religious,
  • certain one-sided,
  • compelling and convincing,
  • forth genuine,
  • generous and genuine,
  • merry and ingenious,
  • rare and intense,
  • parliamentary or public,
  • less torrential,
  • rather stereotyped,
  • ignorant or foolish,
  • youthful artistic,
  • momentary romantic,
  • old tremendous,
  • fond and pious,
  • unparalleled popular,
  • public and imperial,
  • hopeless, reckless,
  • somewhat vociferous,
  • present loyal,
  • usual martial,
  • early serious,
  • truly boyish,
  • keenest and best,
  • common and patriotic,
  • youthful democratic,
  • truly southern,
  • spiritual and mystic,
  • entirely predictable,
  • customary hoarse,
  • faithful and eloquent,
  • old truculent,
  • undue emotional,
  • cold-blooded professional,
  • still inspiring,
  • real and fervent,
  • zeal and such,
  • eager and persistent,
  • rousing great,
  • sudden and short-lived,
  • extravagant popular,
  • perhaps drunken,
  • olden jewish,
  • generous and effective,
  • exciting religious,
  • generous, healthy,
  • mild and pleasurable,
  • wild and irrepressible,
  • ignorant childish,
  • little imprudent,
  • impassioned and imaginative,
  • pure impersonal,
  • ordinary after-dinner,
  • enough youthful,
  • usual drastic,
  • calm and joyful,
  • universal and profound,
  • ardent patriotic,
  • high and exciting,
  • pure, joyous,
  • same unabated,
  • intense military,
  • rare and amazing,
  • religious and idealistic,
  • fierce celtic,
  • easy personal,
  • gloomy savage,
  • old hopeful,
  • self-sacrificing and noble,
  • patriotic and revolutionary,
  • happy and eager,
  • anatomical and embryological,
  • pure, genuine,
  • such conjugal,
  • truest human,
  • greater professional,
  • generous general,
  • generous and cordial,
  • usual vocal,
  • such wholehearted,
  • such unchecked,
  • somewhat juvenile,
  • cheery, helpful,
  • honest and free,
  • somewhat puerile,
  • eager and fiery,
  • perennially youthful,
  • graceful literary,
  • ardent revolutionary,
  • such responsive,
  • little responsive,
  • fine and proud,
  • once religious,
  • ardent youthful,
  • foolish youthful,
  • perhaps genuine,
  • fine genial,
  • specifically jewish,
  • almost monkish,
  • unprecedented popular,
  • practical, human,
  • quiet, convincing,
  • deep, reverential,
  • rather heady,
  • imaginative and spiritual,
  • wise and pure,
  • fresh boyish,
  • just youthful,
  • ardent and sanguine,
  • real abiding,
  • literary and speculative,
  • often innocent,
  • dreamy, poetic,
  • religious or quasi-religious,
  • quick, boyish,
  • much overt,
  • fierce, fanatical,
  • zeal and high,
  • merely youthful,
  • great and spontaneous,
  • own perennial,
  • much revolutionary,
  • exciting fresh,
  • profound and genuine,
  • horribly embarrassing,
  • rather ill-defined,
  • fierce competitive,
  • own sane,
  • sufficient emotional,
  • affectionate and beautiful,
  • same spontaneous,
  • unswerving moral,
  • favorite social,
  • exciting such,
  • raw, undisciplined,
  • utterly unselfish,
  • emotional or imaginative,
  • fine and bold,
  • intense patriotic,
  • hasty and unwise,
  • wild, warlike,
  • loyal and religious,
  • entirely sober,
  • false, hypocritical,
  • almost fiery,
  • political and poetical,
  • same or even greater,
  • beautiful and unselfish,
  • genuine, unaffected,
  • genuine and valuable,
  • glorious revolutionary,
  • calm but deep,
  • sudden ecstatic,
  • own inexperienced,
  • almost visionary,
  • intense artistic,
  • such whole,
  • own childlike,
  • less insane,
  • simple poetic,
  • unepiscopal,
  • fresh, boyish,
  • ardent and eager,
  • almost apostolic,
  • true provincial,
  • keen, fresh,
  • new active,
  • belligerent young,
  • eager boyish,
  • religious or patriotic,
  • deep and wise,
  • such brisk,
  • simple and solid,
  • dangerous popular,
  • anti-competitive,
  • manifest less,
  • simple boyish,
  • scientific or philosophic,
  • same all-pervading,
  • such feudal,
  • lofty political,
  • initial public,
  • warm, true,
  • fine lyrical,
  • universal and general,
  • fresh girlish,
  • sure, more,
  • new and active,
  • prevalent religious,
  • wild, blind,
  • moral and imaginative,
  • much joyous,
  • pure and deep,
  • considerable popular,
  • fine historic,
  • excessive religious,
  • calm and loving,
  • little vocal,
  • common patriotic,
  • quite pathetic,
  • seemingly genuine,
  • free and hearty,
  • almost lyric,
  • much boyish,
  • quick sympathetic,
  • wise and helpful,
  • same dauntless,
  • rather tardy,
  • artificial political,
  • grandest and noblest,
  • bibliomanical,
  • truly revolutionary,
  • wild and uncontrollable,
  • little interested,
  • generous and chivalrous,
  • true, unselfish,
  • old spontaneous,
  • somewhat uncritical,
  • same missionary,
  • little doubtful,
  • such deep-seated,
  • sudden and transient,
  • social and charitable,
  • wild french,
  • historical and ethical,
  • generous and delightful,
  • such virgin,
  • rather independent,
  • admirably feigned,
  • more jubilant,
  • somewhat visionary,
  • genuine lyric,
  • wild, exuberant,
  • tremendous popular,
  • cold, grave,
  • great and transcendent,
  • almost naive,
  • fine youthful,
  • same fanatical,
  • rather ignorant,
  • sincere and generous,
  • such contagious,
  • fine local,
  • same floral,
  • great vocal,
  • own pent-up,
  • social religious,
  • tremendous intellectual,
  • true martial,
  • genuine and hearty,
  • particular spiritual,
  • own inexhaustible,
  • wonderful religious,
  • noble political,
  • generous and enlightened,
  • anti-ministerial,
  • much animated,
  • swift, eager,
  • merely emotional,
  • mere ideal,
  • particular artistic,
  • active religious,
  • natural moral,
  • deep and noble,
  • almost tragical,
  • cold and cynical,
  • same radiant,
  • eager, passionate,
  • high critical,
  • truly irish,
  • certain extravagant,
  • same playful,
  • almost intoxicating,
  • mad national,
  • previous childlike,
  • visible or vocal,
  • thorough, wholehearted,
  • fawning, fraudulent,
  • undisguised boyish,
  • popular telepathic,
  • quiet but most contagious,
  • unusual and genuine,
  • pious but morbid,
  • genuine and overwhelming,
  • perhaps premature,
  • habitual national,
  • zealous and passionate,
  • tranquil and mild,
  • passionate, noisy,
  • steady and universal,
  • inexplicable but genuine,
  • momentary and fallacious,
  • delightfully poetic,
  • wild and impartial,
  • unbounded and reverent,
  • radiant and exuberant,
  • odd, personal,
  • sudden fashionable,
  • splendidly indiscreet,
  • unrestrained but beautiful,
  • least zoological,
  • warm-hearted and sympathetic,
  • sublime and electrical,
  • wonderful kindred,
  • recent good-natured,
  • justly sincere,
  • simple and vehement,
  • sturdily feigned,
  • profound and fiery,
  • often innocent and romantic,
  • seemingly materialistic,
  • corporate and generalized,
  • dampening generous,
  • zeal and confident,
  • daring, boisterous,
  • destructive and pernicious,
  • simple but unconscious,
  • creative revolutionary,
  • unusual and almost boyish,
  • wildest and most futile,
  • unanimous and revolutionary,
  • almost unanimous and revolutionary,
  • real and not counterfeit,
  • greatest and most undying,
  • unfettered religious,
  • absolutely uncritical,
  • mysterious and high,
  • finely scholastic,
  • spontaneous and passionate,
  • rousing sufficient,
  • latest and perhaps transient,
  • more round-eyed,
  • geometrical and diligent,
  • inner positive,
  • so-called monotonous,
  • overhead, external,
  • new and rather ignorant,
  • spiritual and spontaneous,
  • refined, magnetic,
  • prophetic educational,
  • boyish, illogical,
  • wonderful sentimental,
  • perfectly unbounded and irrepressible,
  • perfectly unbounded,
  • frantic national,
  • unselfish, imprudent,
  • secret and poetical,
  • calm and seasoned,
  • ignorant moral,
  • brief but hysterical,
  • pent-up and natural,
  • youthful and spontaneous,
  • fatal popular,
  • fervent and universal,
  • cold-blooded religious,
  • lofty but calm,
  • new and fitful,
  • wild and perhaps drunken,
  • equal popular,
  • patriotic, eloquent,
  • urgent and aspiring,
  • fiery self-sacrificing,
  • sincere sectional,
  • french nor polish,
  • time poetical,
  • wonderful time poetical,
  • warm amatory,
  • exciting, popular,
  • patriotic and confident,
  • dormant public,
  • flaming national,
  • sufficient bookish,
  • exciting virtuous,
  • great and extremely boyish,
  • fresh romantic,
  • real, red-blood,
  • peculiar but sincere,
  • characteristic and appreciative,
  • emotional, fanatical,
  • fond and strange,
  • heartily honest,
  • calm, sacred,
  • wonderful, self-sacrificing and noble,
  • impetuous, unsuspecting,
  • true, virtuous,
  • strong and sociable,
  • ardent and sociable,
  • typically lighthearted,
  • genuine and unchecked,
  • forth genuine and unchecked,
  • genuine fanatical,
  • mild pedantic,
  • fresh, ecstatic,
  • sudden, artistic,
  • frantic popular,
  • fine and prudent,
  • religious and intense,
  • latter-day evangelical,
  • least unlimited,
  • little widespread,
  • intense and parental,
  • intense procreative,
  • stubborn, self-effacing,
  • zeal and sincere,
  • paramount and all-pervading,
  • prone youthful,
  • invariably rousing,
  • compensatory and irresistible,
  • positive-electrical,
  • high but selfish,
  • graceful, voluble,
  • solemn or wild,
  • forceful and invincible,
  • irresistible and unthinking,
  • sober but fervent,
  • incredible and menacing,
  • keenest canine,
  • useless but fashionable,
  • zeal and ignorant,
  • chipper, clear-headed,
  • sincere and urgent,
  • innocent uncensored,
  • rampant and acceptable,
  • cool idealistic,
  • wildest and most sensational,
  • beautiful, unaffected,
  • resolute feudal,
  • ambitious and unthinking,
  • polemic and religious,
  • poetic and sincere,
  • warm, poetic and sincere,
  • fiery missionary,
  • wholly fortunate,
  • contagious and passionate,
  • genuine antiquarian,
  • great religio-sexual,
  • enlightened and serious,
  • unconscious, fierce,
  • former fanatical,
  • spontaneous, unanimous,
  • far devout,
  • forth indescribable,
  • transient and vain,
  • great and unrestrained,
  • rapt and hysterical,
  • genuine and romantic,
  • cordial and serious,
  • blind and restless,
  • strong but transient,
  • fierce and inexhaustible,
  • indescribable national,
  • favourably religious,
  • amorous or sublime,
  • communist and religious,
  • noble and self-contained,
  • earlier unbounded,
  • keener religious,
  • great, cathartic,
  • passionate and ever-growing,
  • ludicrous and idle,
  • morbid and oblique,
  • reverential and deep,
  • profound and hallowed,
  • deep, original,
  • spurious artistic,
  • sudden and unconscious,
  • girlish and unaffected,
  • austere and disinterested,
  • pure or genuine,
  • terrific religious,
  • much chronic,
  • much steady,
  • rapt and mystical,
  • fresh and boyish,
  • sacred moral,
  • indescribable, unmistakable,
  • mere rapt,
  • pure, sincere,
  • new chivalrous,
  • own illuminating,
  • vast but ill-defined,
  • fullest religious,
  • zeal and unflagging,
  • proud, generous,
  • fervent new,
  • weak religious,
  • fine vague,
  • operatic and musical,
  • calm and reverent,
  • same tepid,
  • enough sexual,
  • strong girlish,
  • passionate moral,
  • profound and quiet,
  • lofty and disinterested,
  • religio-sexual,
  • young, great,
  • higher sexual,
  • spontaneous and hearty,
  • fresh and noble,
  • own tireless,
  • high martial,
  • frank and artless,
  • generally silent,
  • immediate and immense,
  • warm and honest,
  • military and patriotic,
  • exciting universal,
  • somewhat youthful,
  • same irresponsible,
  • same abiding,
  • deep meditative,
  • wild unreasoning,
  • sincere and fervent,
  • genuine lyrical,
  • passionate religious,
  • popular jewish,
  • purest moral,
  • young and passionate,
  • eager and passionate,
  • generous and loyal,
  • wild revolutionary,
  • lofty religious,
  • apparently overwhelming,
  • pure political,
  • literary and moral,
  • usual languid,
  • frank, boyish,
  • intense political,
  • sincere religious,
  • deep and widespread,
  • apparently irresistible,
  • quickly inflamed,
  • approval and less,
  • familiar, high,
  • often divergent,
  • steady and thoughtful,
  • continual religious,
  • steady and considerate,
  • sheer, overpowering,
  • violent and obstinate,
  • frantic and savage,
  • bold and chivalrous,
  • fresh and young,
  • religious and warlike,
  • own febrile,
  • ethical or theological,
  • rousing patriotic,
  • generous, youthful,
  • wild, boyish,
  • often blind,
  • purest literary,
  • quite insane,
  • temporary popular,
  • down popular,
  • rather tepid,
  • widespread religious,
  • religious and poetical,
  • genuine and practical,
  • notably less,
  • fiery and passionate,
  • forth immense,
  • sudden vast,
  • intense moral,
  • mere irresponsible,
  • own patriotic,
  • old mystical,
  • exciting much,
  • whole noble,
  • equally noble,
  • same everlasting,
  • same imaginative,
  • much affectionate,
  • much poetic,
  • such feverish,
  • genuine national,
  • such naive,
  • same ardent,
  • almost youthful,
  • sunny, mad,
  • sheer, frenzied,
  • pious and warlike,
  • distinguishable vigorous,
  • uncritical and indiscriminate,
  • rousing artificial,
  • reckless self-sufficient,
  • ever fresh and youthful,
  • intense, inflexible,
  • down messianic,
  • national gymnastic,
  • sincere pious,
  • usual lyrical,
  • grave and even solemn,
  • aggressive and noisy,
  • overpowering religious,
  • brilliant, eloquent,
  • downright infectious,
  • simple revolutionary,
  • wildest and most passionate,
  • cordial and joyous,
  • of tropical,
  • sentimental sad,
  • phosphorial,
  • almost indiscreet,
  • excessive juvenile,
  • wild and intense,
  • sheer girlish,
  • forth unbounded,
  • medieval scholastic,
  • warm, lustrous,
  • sudden religious,
  • great, booming,
  • zeal and religious,
  • quiet, stern,
  • true and disinterested,
  • strong creative,
  • sharply limited,
  • seemingly spontaneous,
  • sudden eager,
  • rather shrill,
  • violent popular,
  • such unalloyed,
  • blind and furious,
  • exalted religious,
  • stern religious,
  • such boisterous,
  • patriotic and religious,
  • genuine scientific,
  • strange religious,
  • just boyish,
  • aesthetic and historical,
  • intense and exclusive,
  • religious and romantic,
  • probably hereditary,
  • coenobitical,
  • simple spontaneous,
  • lofty and solemn,
  • usual selfish,
  • certain apprehensive,
  • somewhat half-hearted,
  • certain well-bred,
  • same tremulous,
  • same reverential,
  • forth general,
  • immense popular,
  • serious musical,
  • morbid religious,
  • calm and deep,
  • such unanimous,
  • fresh and youthful,
  • own younger,
  • much innocent,
  • almost mystic,
  • jubilant and uncontrolled,
  • half-hearted and doubtful,
  • somewhat half-hearted and doubtful,
  • zeal and fiery,
  • artfully feigned,
  • false or feeble,
  • suicidal and impractical,
  • current girlish,
  • usually rebellious,
  • spanish religious,
  • much youthful,
  • pure religious,
  • perhaps dangerous,
  • same conventional,
  • certain morbid,
  • markedly less,
  • such avid,
  • military and financial,
  • such fiendish,
  • fine poetic,
  • high religious,
  • urgent, hungry,
  • own indiscreet,
  • martial and religious,
  • quiet but deep,
  • honest and generous,
  • same boyish,
  • much noble,
  • raw technological,
  • sufficiently noisy,
  • much devout,
  • certain sadistic,
  • such unbounded,
  • such unrestrained,
  • religious and military,
  • religious and patriotic,
  • much popular,
  • such fervent,
  • old boyish,
  • gung-ho,
  • such vehement,
  • sad and solemn,
  • intense religious,
  • almost boyish,
  • wholehearted,
  • unflagging,
  • unabated,
  • infectious,
  • contagious,
  • girlish,
  • boundless,
  • unbounded,
  • wildest,
  • patriotic,
  • boyish,
  • youthful,
  • religious.
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