His impassioned eloquence, untiring energy, and the persecution he had endured for the Cause, all combined to enthuse the comrades.
During the free silver campaign, ex-Burgess McLuckie, one of the most genuine personalities in the Homestead strike, visited New York in an endeavor to enthuse the local radicals for free silver.
It was Clay who tried to enthuse a little cheerfulness into the grim situation.
Ever since the day I saw him with those two men he has been trying to enthuse me about this Yukon trip.
The air of strength, energy and power radiating from the Kid seemed to enthuse his own battered body with new strength.
It is a pretty little structure, at the water's edge, and is every year visited by thousands of people who come to enthuse over the alleged Swiss patriot.
A phrase of a classical writer, or a fanciful conception of some hero of Plutarch, sufficed to enthuse a criminal, or to upset the mental equilibrium of a political speculator.
They only enthuse customs, which may change from day to day in their definitions and limits and carry the mores with them.
One sees gray-haired men stand and cheer, sing and enthuse over their Alma Mater's team.
It did not seem either to enthuse or worry him very much.
I know men who never enthuse over football, but just play from a sense of college loyalty, and a fear of censure should they not play; who are sorry that they were ever big or showed any football ability.
One does not always enthuse over the hard drudgery of practice.
Why should not the American public, even in these tough financial times, enthuseabout a gold camp with possibilities for money-making such as are offered here, I asked myself.
Arkell's talk of visionary millions in that bleak environment of snow-clad desert and wind-swept mountain didn't enthuse me at all.
The listener would enthuse in her turn, sometimes wholeheartedly, sometimes with an undercurrent of sadness or regret.
Every Eton and Harrow I wave and enthuseas wildly as if I'd ten sons on the winning side.
Because the boys of Chester didn't seem to enthuse over such things has been the grief of my heart.
It seems to me, Vittoria, that you enthuse for very few things in the world;” and she tempered the observation with a quiet smile.
I enthuseover nothing, mamma; really over nothing,” replied Vittoria emphatically.
If you can't enthuse and work or study in earnest on these matters you are surely on the wrong line for you.