Definition of 'exuberant'
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No exuberant celebrations or despairing shows of emotion. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His book is an exuberant celebration of the efforts to compile information through the ages. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has given more exuberant performances but his influence was undeniable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He is noted for his exuberant style and previously caused uproar by boiling lobsters live on the show. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sometimes he is exuberant and exciting. Christianity Today (2000)Glyndebourne has an exuberant young neighbour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tonight's episode has less of the exuberant energy that has fuelled the rest of the series. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He is an exuberant personality and a joker in the Durham ranks. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Lively and exuberant, it teased him to be identified. Somewhere East of Life (1994)I like its tomatoes and its exuberant driving style. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So much has been written about the exuberant young musicians from Venezuela that it seems redundant to add more superlatives. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Her works are exuberant, full of colour, look nice on walls and make people feel happy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)For the first half of 2009 he appeared confused, determined to mask his exuberant personality as a joker and mimic with a more serious and reserved approach. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'exuberant'
British English: exuberant ADJECTIVE
If you are exuberant, you are full of energy, excitement, and cheerfulness.
...an exuberant young girl who decided to become a screen actress.
Definition of exuberant from the Collins English Dictionary
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