vivacious

[ vi-vey-shuhs, vahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vivacious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIVACIOUS

And then she was on the sidewalk, her face, upturned to his, vivacious with excitement.

My mother's imagination was as vivacious, but not as tenacious as my own.

At this Pierre could not refrain from a dolorous and vivacious interruption.

Like the people about her she was vivacious, but her vivacity was tragic—she had not come here to be gay.

Lulie laughed and chatted and was engagingly charming and vivacious.

They were vivacious damsels and their conversation and laughter were by no means subdued.

But the other prisoner is vivacious, and even his vivacity is dreary.

The Frenchman drank a little and slowly, and was merry and vivacious.

If you are original and vivacious hosts, your guests will have a jolly time.

They are useful, good-looking, piquant, tasteful and vivacious.

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