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ex·u·ber·ant

 (ĭg-zo͞o′bər-ənt)
adj.
1. Full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy: exuberant sports fans; exuberant smiles.
2. Unrestrained or lavish, as in decoration; extravagant: exuberant floral displays.
3. Abundant; plentiful: "Threads of her exuberant hair showed up at the bottom of the sink" (Anne Tyler). See Synonyms at profuse.

[Middle English, overabundant, from Old French, from Latin exūberāns, exūberant-, present participle of exūberāre, to exuberate; see exuberate.]

ex·u′ber·ant·ly adv.

exuberant

(ɪɡˈzjuːbərənt)
adj
1. abounding in vigour and high spirits; full of vitality
2. lavish or effusive; excessively elaborate: exuberant compliments.
3. growing luxuriantly or in profusion
[C15: from Latin exūberāns, from ūberāre to be fruitful, from ūber fertile]
exˈuberance n
exˈuberantly adv

ex•u•ber•ant

(ɪgˈzu bər ənt)

adj.
1. uninhibitedly enthusiastic or vigorous.
2. extremely good: exuberant health.
3. profuse in growth or production: exuberant vegetation.
[1425–75; < Latin exūberant-, s. of exūberāns, present participle of exūberāre to surge, be abundant =ex- ex-1 + ūberāre to be fruitful (derivative of ūber fertile)]
ex•u′ber•ant•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.exuberant - joyously unrestrainedexuberant - joyously unrestrained    
spirited - displaying animation, vigor, or liveliness
2.exuberant - unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings; "extravagant praise"; "exuberant compliments"; "overweening ambition"; "overweening greed"
unrestrained - not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter"
3.exuberant - produced or growing in extreme abundance; "their riotous blooming"
abundant - present in great quantity; "an abundant supply of water"

exuberant

adjective
2. luxuriant, rich, lavish, abundant, lush, overflowing, plentiful, teeming, copious, profuse, superabundant, plenteous hillsides ablaze with exuberant flowers and shrubs

exuberant

adjective
1. Full of joyful, unrestrained high spirits:
2. Given to or marked by unrestrained abundance:
Translations
طافِح بالسُّرور
livlig
túláradó
upprifinn, geislandi af lífi og fjöri
pāri plūstošspārpilns
çoşkun

exuberant

[ɪgˈzuːbərənt] ADJ
1. [person] (= euphoric) → eufórico; (= enthusiastic) → entusiasta
he felt exuberantestaba eufórico
2. [style, colour, painting] → exuberante; [film, music, show] → lleno de vitalidad
3. (Bot) (= vigorous) [growth, foliage] → exuberante

exuberant

[ɪgˈzjuːbərənt] adj [person] → exubérant(e); [play, film] → exubérant(e)

exuberant

adj
(= irrepressible, energetic) person, personalityüberschwänglich; esp childübermütig; moodüberschäumend; voicejubelnd; styleübersprudelnd; paintinglebhaft; film, music, showmitreißend; he was/felt exuberant (about his success)er freute sich unbändig (über seinen Erfolg); they were exuberant after their victorynach ihrem Sieg waren sie in Jubelstimmung; rugs in exuberant colours (Brit) or colors (US) → farbenfrohe Teppiche
growth, foliage, flowersüppig

exuberant

[ɪgˈzuːbrnt] adjesuberante

exuberant

(igˈzjuːbərənt) adjective
happy and excited or in high spirits. an exuberant mood.
exˈuberance noun

ex·u·ber·ant

a. exuberante, de proliferación excesiva.
References in classic literature ?
Without waiting for an assent, or, indeed, for any reply, the sturdy hunter moved boldly into a dense thicket of young chestnuts, shoving aside the branches of the exuberant shoots which nearly covered the ground, like a man who expected, at each step, to discover some object he had formerly known.
How impossible was it to sleep, in the exuberant posession of such blessedness
Marco's joy was exuberant -- but only for a mo- ment; then he grew thoughtful, then sad; and when he heard me tell Dowley I should have Dickon, the boss mason, and Smug, the boss wheelwright, out there, too, the coal-dust on his face turned to chalk, and he lost his grip.
The girl's exuberant vitality asserted itself all over her, from head to foot.
At such times the more exuberant among them called out in an excited manner on our emergence round some corner of expectancy, "Here they come
The Abbot, himself of ancient Saxon descent, received the noble Saxons with the profuse and exuberant hospitality of their nation, wherein they indulged to a late, or rather an early hour; nor did they take leave of their reverend host the next morning until they had shared with him a sumptuous refection.
Shall the exuberant bosom of the common mother, amply adequate to the nourishment of millions, be claimed exclusively by a few hundreds of her offspring?
So far as I could see, all the world displayed the same exuberant richness as the Thames valley.
Zverkov was talking of some exuberant lady whom he had at last led on to declaring her love (of course, he was lying like a horse), and how he had been helped in this affair by an intimate friend of his, a Prince Kolya, an officer in the hussars, who had three thousand serfs.
If you, my dear father, will not take the trouble of checking her exuberant spirits, and of teaching her that her present pursuits are not to be the business of her life, she will soon be beyond the reach of amendment.
On the other hand, as the susceptibility of pleasure is also that of pain, the exuberant cheerfulness of the boy's prevailing temper sometimes yielded to moments of deep depression.
It seemed natural enough that the gardener should be filled with exuberant delight at the return of so gracious a master and mistress and how strangely childlike they looked