with immense enthusiasm

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  • This was another, and somewhat better, sentimental novel; and it was received with immense enthusiasm. Cited from English Literature, by William J. Long
  • And while he did this, he talked rapidly, boomingly, with immense enthusiasm. Cited from The Human Chord, by Algernon Blackwood
  • Mr. Bright, of course, was received with immense enthusiasm. Cited from Our Hundred Days in Europe, Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • We must suppose, moreover, that it was unwelcome to very few, as it was very soon accepted with immense enthusiasm. Cited from The Psychology of Revolution, Gustave le Bon
  • British troops were everywhere received with immense enthusiasm. Cited from Paris War Days, by Charles Inman Barnard
  • The act was received with immense enthusiasm, and the outlook became more reassuring. Cited from A Short History of France, by Mary Platt Parmele
  • He began teaching with immense enthusiasm; but presently he was speaking in a whisper from an invalid's chair. Cited from Outlines of English Literature, by William J. Long
  • The news of the capture of Breda was received with immense enthusiasm throughout Holland. Cited from By England's Aid, by G. A. Henty
  • In the autumn, the Queen and Prince made their first visit to Scotland -- were received with immense enthusiasm everywhere, and had a charming and health-bracing tour. Cited from Queen Victoria, by Grace Greenwood
  • Montresor, the Ravenswood of the piece, came in, sung, and stabbed himself with immense enthusiasm. Cited from Life in Mexico, by Frances Calder¢n De La Barca
  • The gas-jet programme, with the royal and military portraits, was carried out to perfection; and each new wonder was hailed with immense enthusiasm by the assembled multitude. Cited from Ilka on the Hill-Top and Other Stories, by Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
  • On passing through Paris he was received with immense enthusiasm by Henry IV., whose friendship for the States, and whose desperate designs against the house of Austria, did not prevent him from warmly congratulating the great Spanish general on his victory. Cited from History United Netherlands, 1604-05 by Motley
  • Galvani, as he himself describes, proceeded with immense enthusiasm to investigate systematically what accident had thus put into his hands.2 He wanted first to see whether changes occurring naturally in the electrical condition of the atmosphere would call forth the same reaction in his specimens. Cited from Man or Matter, by Ernst Lehrs
  • The ships from Flushing and Bergen op Zoom sailed up together, and the 800 men who landed were received with immense enthusiasm by the inhabitants, who were Protestants, and devoted to the cause of independence. Cited from By England's Aid, by G. A. Henty
  • The ships from Flushing and Bergen-op-Zoom sailed up together, and the 800 men who landed were received with immense enthusiasm by the inhabitants, who were Protestants, and devoted to the cause of independence. Cited from By England's Aid, by G. A. Henty
  • He sent his brother home the Swamp Town Gazette, in which the new Governor was praised with immense enthusiasm; whereas the Swamp Town Sentinel, whose wife was not asked to Government House, declared that his Excellency was a tyrant, compared to whom Nero was an enlightened philanthropist. Cited from Vanity Fair, by William Thackeray
  • All this information Brandes has, of course, taken from Thomas Tyler's introduction to the Irving edition of the sonnets (1890), but his passion for the familiar anecdote has led him to embellish it with immense enthusiasm and circumstantiality. Cited from Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway, by Martin Brown Ruud
  • Hippophagy has always been popular in France; it was practised by pre-Glacial man in the caves of Perigord, and revived with immense enthusiasm by the gourmets of the Boulevards after the siege of Paris and the hunger of the Commune. Cited from Falling in Love, by Grant Allen