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enthusiastic (part of speech: adjective)
tenacious (part of speech: adjective)
flintlike, diligent, decisive, stony, devoted, indomitable, courageous, indefatigable, plucky, spunky, persistent, strong-willed, hard, undaunted, headstrong, insistent, bullheaded, bulldogged, dogged, steadfast, stiff, enduring, resolute, true, obdurate, unflagging, stubborn, tenacious, tireless, determined, obstinate, tough, staunch, persevering, brave, dauntless, faithful, bold
vigorous (part of speech: adjective)
exuberant, emphatic, burning, spirited, earnest, hearty, animated, full-blooded, passionate, potent, mettlesome, sprightly, fiery, zestful, frisky, impassioned, agitated, afire, energetic, prolific, puissant, enthusiastic, peppy, zealous, industrious, zippy, strenuous, strong, vigorous, eager, lively, virile, powerful, lusty, active, ardent, excited, ablaze
excited (part of speech: adjective)
- This slow progress was very fatiguing, increased by the fine dust, dried by the summer heats, which rose in thick clouds at every step the animals took; there was also scarce a breath of air, the fervent rays of the sun shining with uninterrupted force on their heads. - "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.
- When she stood under the sign of the Three Holy Kings, where dwelt Farina's mother, she put up a fervent prayer of thanks, and breathed freely. - "The Short Works of George Meredith", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
- " Love you have, sweet; you have mine- the fervent, true, honest, deep love of my heart and soul. - "Wife in Name Only", Charlotte M. Braeme (Bertha M. Clay).