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ebullient

adjective bubbling, bubbly, effervescent, filled with personality, outward, sparkling
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I'm just so happy to be here," she said ebulliently as she entered the rocket today, watched by her husband and mother
she said ebulliently, She singled out her father, former Mr.
192-205), Bradley argues that it is precisely this Janus-like respect for both tradition and innovation--for the old and the new at once--which will keep the phenomenon of Gilbert and Sullivan ebulliently alive in a new century.
She is guarded by Roderick's henchman, Lothario, who is ebulliently aware of Jacinta's new social status.
Collene Ferguson, the Manitoba CCBC Rep, is perhaps the most ebulliently efficient person I have ever met, and Manitobans are amongst the friendliest people in the country.
Bringing on the full orchestra for Mozart's `Linz' symphony, Schiff conducted a satisfyingly full-voiced reading, well shaped from the opening adagio to the ebulliently robust finale.
Here they all ate, captured in indelible prose snapshots, and leaping ebulliently off the page--a dizzying procession of the moguls, singers, dancers, artists, hacks, gangsters, writers, athletes, and hucksters who, collectively, defined an era.
In his thoroughly engaging saga Prepare for Saints, Steven Watson paints a portrait of the gay sensibility at its most ebulliently triumphant.
That, I suggest, has made them more the Manchester City of the south than the Manchester United chairman Ken Bates ebulliently claims they now match.
The euro, such a 'powerful tool for integrating countries, integrating societies, integrating economic systems' seemed manifestly, ebulliently good.
Pedro Camacho's scripts, on the other hand, are so ebulliently told, so bizarre, so full of violence and morbidity, that they transcend their genre and explode on the page.
12) Later administrations changed both these policies in favour of an ebulliently prodevelopment stance which saw large scale new construction and removal of most of the industrial world.