bushy-tailed

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bushy-tailed

[ˌbʊʃɪˈteɪld] ADJ bright-eyed and bushy-tailedrebosante de energía y entusiasmo
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Seeing him talking to a stranger, the little bushy-tailed animal rose from its place under the tree and came to him, and the rook, cawing once, flew down from its branch and settled quietly on his shoulder.
The bushy-tailed visitor was caught red-handed ripping bits of the tent and running off and dodging the family's pet cat, who tried to catch the sneaky rodent.
Big City Milk Chocolate Easter Bunny, left PS8, Hotel Chocolat BRIGHT-EYED, bushy-tailed and dressed to impress, enjoy this 40% milk chocolate Easter bunny with more cocoa for extra hop and bounce.
The star is lending her dulcet tones to an exhibition on animals at the Museum of London which will focus on how the bushy-tailed ones have helped shape London over the years.
I didn't leave home at 19 all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed - I hadn't been wrapped in cotton wool - but I had been protected" Irish actress Saoirse Ronan "Wearing corsets all the time was completely incapacitating, as far as digestion goes" Actress Helena Bonham Carter "I live fast, I love fast, I hug hard" Model Chrissy Teigen
As the bushy-tailed creatures weather snowstorms, thunderstorms, and hot summer days, "The Squirrels' Busy Year: A First Science Storybook" is gentle story by Martin Jenkins that uses simple, clear language and the beautiful illustrations of Richard Jones to introduce very young readers ages 4 to 6 to the seasons and the changing weather they bring.
It has been included in the list of key biodiversity areas for being a sanctuary to a number of endemic species of animals and plants, including the critically endangered Dinagat bushy-tailed cloud rat, writhed hornbill, and Philippine tarsier.
Well I'd say I'm bright-eyed and bushy-tailed if I were a squirrel, she told the media before voting when asked how she was feeling.
McGowan was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed but barer without old sparring partner Ronnie Ancona for company, instead just a man and his mic for his first ever Cardiff gig.
In 2003, I was a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed freshman at Yale when the Afro-American Cultural Center invited the late Amiri Baraka to speak under its auspices.
Next time you're tired, next time you just "want to get that injection done", think about the bright-eyed, bushy-tailed student who is looking at you with awe, admiration and the desire to soak up the knowledge you have worked so hard to gain.
I STAYED up for as long as I could, which was about 10pm, when election night all kicked off for the many bright-eyed and bushy-tailed serious commentators.