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Use "enthusiastical" in a sentence
"He who wishes to be successful, or happy, ought to be enthusiastical, that is to say, very keen in all the occupations or diversions of life."
"The mutual and enthusiastical affection betwixt the young men was well known to him; and he concluded that if the precarious state of"
"An ordinary gentleman-farmer will be satisfied with looking at his fields once or twice a day: an enthusiastical farmer will be constantly employed on them; will have his mind earnestly engaged; will talk perpetually of them."