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ebullient | ebullience | ebulliently

ebullient ebullient ebulliently
cheerful and full of energy
  • How to Memorize
    • ebullient - cheerful
  • Analysis

    The formal word ‘ebullient’ can be used in two different senses. Firstly, it can express a short-lived but very intense feeling of joy or excitement. The kind you might experience after receiving some great news. Secondly, it can be used to describe somebody’s personality or a lively and enthusiastic way of doing something. In both senses, it has only positive connotations.

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  • Example(s)
    1. I was ebullient when I got the news about my promotion. I had been working towards that goal for years!

    2. The ebullience of Jane’s personality makes her fun and easy to work with. She does a lot to lift morale.

    3. That author writes so ebulliently that it’s hard not to get engrossed in the story. His style really brings the prose to life.