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exuberant

view main entry for exuberantadjective  /ɪɡˈzjuːbərənt/
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exuberance

noun [uncountable]

exuberantly

adverb
exuberantly adverbEnergetic and lively: energetic, lively, active, dynamic, vigorous, alive, exuberant, vital, high-spirited, feistyFeeling interested and excited: anticipatory, interested, excited, alive, fascinated, exuberant, absorbed, agog, flushed with success/triumph etc, can’t put something downFeeling happy: happy, glad, alive, pleased, content, satisfied, contented, cheerful, carefree, exuberant

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