ebullience


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e·bul·lience

 (ĭ-bo͝ol′yəns, ĭ-bŭl′-)
n.
Zestful enthusiasm.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ebullience - overflowing with eager enjoyment or approvalebullience - overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval
sprightliness, liveliness, spirit, life - animation and energy in action or expression; "it was a heavy play and the actors tried in vain to give life to it"
lyricism - unrestrained and exaggerated enthusiasm
rabidity, rabidness, madness - unrestrained excitement or enthusiasm; "poetry is a sort of divine madness"

ebullience

Translations

ebullience

[ɪˈbʌlɪəns] Nentusiasmo m, animación f

ebullience

[ɪˈbʌliəns ɪˈbʊliəns] n [person] → exubérance f

ebullience

ebullience

[ɪˈbʌlɪəns] nesuberanza
References in classic literature ?
which the landlady exaggerated as much as she had done every other circumstance) than she was offended with the rest; and indeed she imputed the whole to the extravagance, or rather ebullience, of his passion, and to the openness of his heart.
To be fair, the ITV series has been struggling in the ratings against its BBC competitor since the start, and whether you love or loathe Piers, he does tend to bring a certain ebullience - albeit the self-satisfied and publicity-seeking kind to his work.
Owens' ebullience as a replacement in Wales' barnstorming Six Nations finish against Italy in Rome last March is something he hopes has planted a seed in the mind of Warren Gatland.
Surprising in the variety of moment, wrenching in detail, grounded in grief and care, this collection of verse moves from the innocence and bravery of a young son coming out in a world set to crush him, to playing hymns so a dying mother can plan her funeral service, to witnessing the breaking of a son who had been abused and abandoned in earlier years and cradling an adopted daughter long enough for her to find her own voice, all the while experiencing the fullness and desire and ebullience that comes from loving others and being loved without limit.
The normally unshakeable demeanour of Pellegrini, one of football's most sombre coaches, is clearly ruffled by the in-your-face ebullience of the self-styled "Special One".
For me, Catholicism is about ebullience and joy, not entering church with little thin blue lips and a long face.
Full of ebullience and sunshine, they include Biji and Don't Stop The Carnival.
THE members of Bombay Bicycle Club seemed genuinely taken aback by the ebullience of the welcome they received at their Aberdeen debut this week.
In keeping with the mood of the concert's second half, both performances were well attuned to the music's ebullience and visceral energy.
They think he is the equal of the First Minister on his feet and suspect many Scots find the First Minister's brash ebullience in debate increasingly tiresome.
Set in the aftermath of the Arab-Israeli war of Ramadan '73, In Love In Alexandria is a story of a man coming to terms with modern woman's sexual liberation, with the violence of the Middle East conflict, and with the irrepressible ebullience of Egyptian life.
Despair and an attempt to put things right that have been wrong - or joy, just ebullience, you know.