sprightliness


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More and more she was seen in public being given assistance to climb steps, but her staff still marvelled at her sprightliness and sharp mind.
Tea usually took place in the ramshackle conservatory-studio where the octogenarian would deploy weighty canvasses back and forth from his stack with a disarming sprightliness.
WITH a sprightliness belying his 66 years, Rex Conway sprints to the end of Platform Six, drops to one knee and photographs the 13.
Peter Dimitriew is a pianist of many gifts, not least a limpidity of tone and a sprightliness of articulation.
At the age of 93, she was seen to be in need of help when she climbed steps, but staff still marvelled at her sprightliness.
May their sprightliness on a global scale be a true inspiration to us all, whenever we think that we feel joints seizing up or something internal giving an odd twinge.
The Mazda is a pin-sharp drive, the Mondeo tries to blend size and sprightliness, but the Superb makes no real pretence at sportiness, instead offering a reassuring heft and vault-like build quality.
The Mazda is a pinsharp drive, the Mondeo tries to blend size and sprightliness, but the Superb makes no real pretence at sportiness, instead offering a reassuring heft and vault-like build quality.
With sprightliness he almost skips from stone to stone leading to the other side of the pond with its Rainbow Bridge and pair of bronze cranes, a symbol of longevity and happiness.
The writer withheld even the slightest gesture of fatherly affability, much less the verbal "simplicity, sprightliness, and wit" that was expected and featured in letters written by eighteenth-century gentlemen.
When I am in the best health, my tide of animal sprightliness flows with great equality, so that I am never, at any time, exalted in proportion as I am sometimes depressed.
For a moment I see that spark in his eyes, a sudden sprightliness in his gait in the hope that mom is going nowhere.