exuberant

[ ig-zoo-ber-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exuberant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXUBERANT

He was exuberant now that he had learned his enemies were human beings and not ghouls.

Of all vegetable productions, perhaps the cabbage is the most exuberant for this purpose, and ought by all means to be encouraged.

Zoeth's welcome was as hearty, if not as exuberant, as Captain Shad's.

On her return she found him exuberant, in a flow of spirits and pleasantry.

He emerged as the focus of interest for a large, exuberant crowd of loiterers.

The Arabs had seen them approaching, and welcomed Sidi with exuberant delight.

You have everything your own way now; you should, therefore, be in exuberant spirits.

How impossible was it to sleep in the exuberant possession of such blessedness!

How impossible was it to sleep, in the exuberant possession of such blessedness!

The exuberant loyalty of 1509 had been turned into the wintry discontent of 1527.

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