From King Dictionary of Contemporary English enthusiast en‧thu‧si‧ast / ɪnˈθjuːziæst $ ɪnˈθuː- / ●○○ noun [countable ] LIKE somebody OR something someone who is very interested in a particular activity or subject baseball/outdoors/sailing etc enthusiast a keep-fit enthusiast enthusiast for an enthusiast for the latest management thinking Examples from the Corpus enthusiast • Enthusiasts are willing to pay up to $12,000 for an original copy of the book. • This book is a must for both enthusiasts of aviation art and aircraft. • Need a list of single male camping enthusiasts who live in high-income areas and read poetry? • There were the young scuba diving enthusiasts from the Miyako diving school. • Dennis was a genuine enthusiast for financial matters. • Golf enthusiasts will be able to see the tournament live on TV. • The exhibition will be of interest to classic car owners and other motoring enthusiasts. • a sports enthusiast • The whole package is well worthwhile for the enthusiast. • It has cards for Star Trek enthusiasts and fans of Frank Sinatra. • The first method is probably the easiest for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. baseball/outdoors/sailing etc enthusiast • He was also, incidentally, a fellow sailing enthusiast. • Although Paisley is small, there is plenty to do within walking distance of the inn for outdoors enthusiasts.