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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
Merritt served in the Red Cross during the war, and her infectiously ebullient cheer helped lift the spirits all around her.
None of it came close, however, in terms of fleshy trepidation, to the sight of Peter Chapple-Hyam in intimate embrace with an ebullient Frankie Dettori after the Juddmonte International, like Baloo the bear being indecently assaulted by Mowgli.
On the high-energy, feel-good first single "Only The World," Mandisa continues to showcase her ebullient spirit.
Here, around 16 years ago, Zvi Hecker also built his famous Spiral apartment block (AR October 1990), an ebullient architectural bricolage, notable for the anecdote that Hecker (allegedly) took potshots at the building during construction (he lived across the street from the site), when he considered workmanship standards below par.
When the Army cancelled the pricey Comanche helicopter last year, service officials appeared rather ebullient at the prospect of shifting the $15 billion they would have spent to buy that aircraft to several other aviation programs.
Similarly ebullient impulses surface in the other group of drawings that make up "City of Tells," Drake's evocative memories and fantasies playing out alongside art-historical homages.
Speaking to a group of prospective clients in Saudi Arabia, he does not begin his speech with ebullient, sweeping claims to his own or his company's expertise and success, which does not play well here.
The British seem to think these are typically "American" interpretations, meaning, I suppose, more ebullient and carefree than the English might play them.
Agency officials are ebullient, but some perspective is in order.
Krumping derived from (no kidding) clowning at a kids' birthday party, championed by an ebullient man of the people who goes by the name Tommy the Clown.
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.