Thesaurus / exuberance

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When the dancing began, Effie May's exuberance could no longer contain itself.

Why Joan?Eleanor Mercein Kelly

Not the exuberance of soil; not the mildness of climate; not mines, nor havens, nor rivers.

It was only with little children that the exuberance of her feeling poured forth in caresses.

The WayfarersMary Stewart Cutting

In the Triassic period the exuberance of reptilian life which marked the Permian was continued.

The exuberance of his thought hindered Rudin from expressing himself definitely and exactly.

RudinIvan Turgenev

Never was sagacity of insight combined more perfectly with exuberance of fancy and a joyous lightheartedness than in this poem.

He could still hear them; in their exuberance they seemed to be capering like schoolchildren.

Wounds in the rainStephen Crane

In this form Mr Wells displays nothing but the exuberance of his invention.

H. G. WellsJ. D. Beresford

Thus it served as a needed check upon the exuberance of growth stimulated by the theory of natural law.

She thought the flowers too florid, and was always a little shocked at the extravagant scent and exuberance of the roses.

The LimitAda Leverson

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