joie de vivre

NOUN
  1. a keen enjoyment of living
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How To Use joie de vivre In A Sentence

  • Happy birthday to the vivacious countess of joie de vivre, entitymel; the travelin 'bastion of darkness, bitterreign; and the torch-holder of modern Satanic burlesquery, the ever sexalicious szandora! July 30th, 2006
  • Vogue editor, tastemaker, adventuress, she exploded with style and joie de vivre.
  • There is no earthly reason for it to be here - apart from the staggering view, a sea breeze and sheer joie de vivre. Times, Sunday Times
  • In death he was widely mourned, but as much for his joie de vivre as for his rugby.
  • The title offers a clue to what makes Joie De Vivre special -- it aims to deliver peak experiences to its employees, its customers and its investors. Marc Gunther: Peak Performance
  • (As if a Francophile needed any more joie de vivre ...) ~~~~~~~~~BETTERAVE~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ la betterave (beht-rav) noun, feminine French Word-A-Day:
  • He did however give Bill a daily run for his money with his joie de vivre and coltish mischievous behavior. Liz O'Connell: Proviso: Always on Track
  • She is what you would call a boisterous child, overflowing with ebullition of spirits, _joie de vivre_, bonhomie, and all those attributes which cause people possessing them to make a noise. Our Elizabeth A Humour Novel
  • Yatima a piercing whistle of pure joie de vivre pung, kong, chow pung, kong, chow
  • There is no earthly reason for it to be here - apart from the staggering view, a sea breeze and sheer joie de vivre. Times, Sunday Times
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