ebullient

[ US /ˌɪˈbəɫjənt/ ]
[ UK /ɪbˈʊli‍ənt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. joyously unrestrained
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How To Use ebullient In A Sentence

  • Anyway, she was a vivacious, ebullient sort of girl, and I took an immediate liking to her.
  • The Prime Minister was in ebullient mood.
  • He was the source of many jokes for being overly happy and ebullient.
  • The ebullient chef met us at the door, glad to welcome his first customers of the evening.
  • The mood is most ebullient in locations where the average property is over 500,000. Times, Sunday Times
  • But lilting Irish brogues and ebullient ribaldry are not enough to temper O'Casey's disgusted misanthropy.
  • That same night, police, perhaps to give the lie to claims they only break up peaceful demonstrations, raided a karaoke club in Subang Jaya where they broke up the ebullient attempts of several Malaysian men at improving Malaysia-China relations. nst online
  • My father is a naturally ebullient personality.
  • Rarely has a champagne house had such a disarmingly ebullient scion. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is perhaps not surprising that the ebullient Minister, harassed by multifarious problems from all quarters, has lost his cool.
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