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ebullient

adjective bubbling, bubbly, effervescent, filled with personality, outward, sparkling
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The castle is an arrow-shot from Cathays Park, the Washington of Wales, the majestic Portland stone statement of the city's Victorian and Edwardian ebullience. Coal money was lavishly invested in the baroque City Hall, the National Museum, University, Law Courts and halls of government and culture, all set among lawns and roses in one of Europe's noblest civic centres.
Charlton has double prospects with another well-drawn filly, Ebullience, in the Tattersalls Fillies' Auction Nursery (4.00).
But Bishop is hardly bohemian in temperament: she prefers (in letters at least) formal contact to informal, distance to immediacy, carefulness to ebullience. There is something very ladylike about her, and remarkably self-contained.
The only glitter then was provided by Maribel Modrono, light and precise in Edward Villella's Festival Pas de Deux and Divertissement, with its costumes and set drawn from an Italian rainbow, and the grandstanding ballerinas of Raymonda Variations their ebullience surfacing directly from the Glazunov melodies.
A vicinity that was once proudly owned by the oldrich Filipinos and ran by the discerning elite is now restoring its momentum to be one of the most luxuriant cities running after, and even exceeding the ebullience of its neighboring hubs.
Musical ebullience fires vignettes that are brilliantly conceived and executed.
Maintaining a frenetic pace throughout, the quartet perform serrated tunes with thrashy ebullience. Resolutely energetic, theirs is an effective blast of punk-pop and new wave.
When you consider the global success enjoyed by our Irish and Scottish comic cousins, this seems incongruous, and when you also bear in mind the general ebullience of Welsh popular culture it seems even odder.
Perhaps this is why the majority of his chairman's statement curiously lacks the confidence, ebullience and original thinking that those closest to him have come to expect.
And in an uncharacteristic moment of ebullience, the American popsters are set to return to Britain for a very rare visit.
After that, the gig settled down interspersing Man-Made tunes - It's All in My Mind and Save gaining even more ebullience in a live setting than on record - with choicer cuts from their superb back catalogue.
Tonight's performance at the Colston Hall, Bristol, with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra will be marked by his ebullience and zeal.