[ US /ˈvaɪbɹənsi/ ]
[ UK /vˈa‍ɪbɹənsi/ ]
  1. having the character of a loud deep sound; the quality of being resonant
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How To Use vibrancy In A Sentence

  • In a largely moribund game, he represents vibrancy, rising like a white knight as his club were plunged into the potential darkness of administration.
  • Her technique of glazing one brilliant colour over another adds a wonderful vibrancy to these often complex images. Acrylics Masterclass
  • I love it when people gesticulate with their hands because in psychological terms, it is a sign of an active mind and warmth and vibrancy. Cheeseburger Gothic » Here’s what I did at six o’clock this morning.
  • Unless you abstain from drinking fizz all day, it's inevitable your lip colour will lose its vibrancy. The Sun
  • There's a wonderful texture and vibrancy to the music, and a sweetly melodic tone to her voice, but the lyrics are vapid and the production just a little too clean and bloodless.
  • Colours have been restored to their original boldness and vibrancy, and many blemishes and imperfections have been eliminated.
  • As gay men grow older they have little to connect them to the vibrancy and hope of a younger generation.
  • Still, to have captured such vibrancy in another language is a major accomplishment.
  • I could feel the land thrumming with a barely contained vibrancy.
  • What he loves is the current vibrancy and democratic nature of interior design. Times, Sunday Times
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