ebulliency


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e·bul·lien·cy

 (ĭ-bo͝ol′yən-sē, ĭ-bŭl′-)
n.
Ebullience.
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The Salvation Army's newspaper, The War Cry, reported that at the opening of the Temple in 1890: "The soldiers and friends were in a state of ebulliency, finishing at night with a glorious victory in the conversion of nine souls." After 118 years, the building was deemed unsafe and the church was relocated to temporary accommodation at Brunswick Methodist Church in 2008.