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liveliness

noun as in animation

noun as in spirit

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Example Sentences

Although Curtis uses humor and lively descriptions of everyday situations to engage readers, he doesn’t sugarcoat history.

In many ways, it seemed a lively but routine academic occasion.

The Garden Nightclub is considered to have one of the liveliest dance floors in the city.

Bartenders, artists, and musicians will make this event even more lively.

Downs believes that these strEATeries make the neighborhood more lively, as well as safer.

He writes with great historical knowledge, insight and liveliness.

In the glass, this translates into liveliness on the palate and flavors with pinpoint clarity and persistence.

The opposite change to greater liveliness of disposition is not unknown, but is more infrequent.

Then the donkey-boys, everywhere to be found in Cairo, add much to the liveliness of the streets.

The picture among the shipping was one of extreme activity and liveliness.

The lady did not reply, but a second burst of merriment succeeded, of a liveliness and duration quite equal to the former.

Though he be given to play, it is a sign of spirit and liveliness, so there be a mean had of their sports and relaxations.

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On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to liveliness, such as: action, activity, briskness, energy, spiritedness, and vigor.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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