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Feelings of energy and enthusiasm - thesaurus

Synonyms

enthusiasm

noun

the feeling of being very interested in something or excited by it

inspiration

noun

a sudden feeling of enthusiasm, or a new idea that helps you to do or create something

zeal

noun

great energy, effort, and enthusiasm

vitality

noun

energy, or enthusiasm

verve

noun

energy and enthusiasm

zest

noun

great enthusiasm or interest

team spirit

noun

an enthusiastic attitude towards working or playing together with other people as a team

fervour

noun

very strong feeling or enthusiasm

go

noun

Britishinformal energy and enthusiasm

a new lease of life

new energy and enthusiasm, or better health

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fandom

noun

the state of being a very keen fan of a sports team, band, type of entertainment etc

fervor

the American spelling of fervour

fever

noun

strong excitement and enthusiasm that affects a lot of people

fire in someone’s belly

a lot of energy or enthusiasm for something

get-up-and-go

noun

informal energy and enthusiasm

lust

noun

great enthusiasm for something

mania

noun

an extremely strong enthusiasm for something, especially among a lot of people

missionary zeal

very strong enthusiasm for something

oomph

noun

informal enthusiasm, or energy

rhapsody

noun

a feeling of great enthusiasm, or the things you say or write to express this enthusiasm

zip

noun

informal energy, speed, or enthusiasm

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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