ebullience

[ ih-buhl-yuh ns, ih-boo l- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ebullience

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It is this ebullience of youthful energy, this inexhaustible vitality, which is the admiration and despair of his contemporaries.

The spring was stirring everywhere, and Robert raced along, feeling in every vein a life, an ebullience akin to that of nature.

For Southeys well known rejoinder to this ebullience of schematism, see Life and Correspondence, ii.

It is full of remarkable qualities: wit, humour, an ebullience of animal spirits that is Rabelaisian.

This was a bit of his clowning humor, a purely manufactured and as it were mechanical joke or ebullience of soul.

Until a few years ago the State confined its ebullience in matters educational to the Board Schools.

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