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ebullient

adjective bubbling, bubbly, effervescent, filled with personality, outward, sparkling
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the Gunners on Sunday, repeated the points clear Premier at a the the with onetouch all about City were in mood by this point inevitable as Playing from half, like flank side of ball past City were in ebullient, unstoppable mood Stuart Brennan
Garren's resume was passed on and so it came to pass that he received a cell phone call while in a Mexican restaurant in Chapel Hill from Bishop Donald Harvey, the ebullient, now-retired bishop of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador.
said an ebullient Kevin Boyce, President and CEO, Molson Canada.
97sec for the 480-metre course was moderate, meriting a rating of a mere 36 but she's a real money-spinner for trainer Harry Crapper and ebullient owner R ussell Hulme, and undoubtedly better than her overall rating of 89 would suggest.
And with a little luck, the ebullient contagion will spread.
Those listeners may wonder why the author chose to make Anne less ebullient, why Gilbert is not a major character, and why Cordelia is so critical of men.
7 in April, not far from the ebullient levels of December and January.
On one side was the ebullient Bainton, Congregational minister and pacifist, brilliant lecturer, spry and physically active well into old age, and someone who wrote quickly and easily scholarly and popular works.
THE greatest asset that Ray Mathias has engendered at Tranmere is team spirit and pride, typified by the likes of Jason Price whose ebullient attitude rubs off on the rest of the team.
Led by Argentine-bum composer Guillermo Nojecbowicz, Two Worlds opens with the spontaneous and ebullient Brazilian track of the same name, an urgent sound filled with percussion and trumpet.
IT'S a notable phenomenon that every seven to 10 years the housing market makes a surge like an ebullient pot boiling over, then the genie goes back into the bottle and the cork goes in.