ebullience


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e·bul·lience

 (ĭ-bo͝ol′yəns, ĭ-bŭl′-)
n.
Zestful enthusiasm.
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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"
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ebullience

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Translations

ebullience

[ɪˈbʌlɪəns] Nentusiasmo m, animación f
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ebullience

[ɪˈbʌliəns ɪˈbʊliəns] n [person] → exubérance f
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ebullience

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ebullience

[ɪˈbʌlɪəns] nesuberanza
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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.
But, just when Andrew is won over by Gara's catchy ebullience and Dubsmashing skills and finally decides to put an end to his yearlong moping, he discovers something about his newfound gal pal and her sick employer!
"Despair and an attempt to put things right that have been wrong - or joy, just ebullience, you know.
Upright, decisive and expressive, he directed with clarity and touches of showmanship (a little jump here, a wiggle of the hips there) which he particularly relished in the ebullience of Glinka's Ruslan and Ludmilla Overture.
Ovchinnikov's ebullience is typical of the man who is referred to as `The Boss' by his team-mates.
For many Welsh people, singing is a natural way of expressing ebullience. A chorus of Calon Len is rather more socially acceptable as an outlet for high spirits, than the mindless chanting, shouting and vandalism perpetrated by football hooligans and others who lack musical ability.
The ebullience of the art market was waning, but Leigh's career accelerated.
Galileo's trainer Aidan O'Brien reveals an uncharacteristic ebullience inspired by a truly great Derby victory
Even then, he was an engaging, contradictory figure--solemn yet ready to laugh, shy yet brash and impulsive, and given to a halting, reticent manner that would always be at odds with his onstage ebullience. He had known only hard work and remote venues.
But, something stirs when you witness Jessie's catchy ebullience and joie de vivre as she shares her thoughts about the Philippines' complex struggles.
However, if you are making the venture from south of the border don't let your ebullience give you amnesia - visit a cash machine and get sterling...
Equally thrilling, if in a less visceral way, was the suite of Symphonic Dances from West Side Story, not only for its rhythmic precision - percussionists spectacularly to the fore in their displays of ebullience and sensitivity - but the richness and beauty of the orchestral sound, lovingly detailed by Oramo and enhanced by a wonderful aural immediacy.