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Enthusiasm; enjoyment, vigor.
Italian from Latin gustus taste geus- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Italian gusto, from Latin gustus (“tasting”).
Some dogs do this with great gusto, wagging their tail enthusiastically.
When Virgo is inspired to secure a mate, he will do so with full gusto.
They sing their praises to God with great gusto - or in a quieter meditative manner.
Their defender Noel Cantwell was approaching with equal gusto.
The media covered this story with gusto, and Lucci was the subject of many interviews at the time.
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