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characterized by joyful exuberance

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full of high-spirited delight

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Cue: enter left, a gleeful RSPCA, conjoined to the increasing army, unique to England, of "bunnyhugging" inadequates.
Discussions range from mournful to gleeful at the prospect that national social expenditures will decline and may disappear in the foreseeable future.
The designated cultural rememberer or collector is thus presented as equivalent both to the absent interlocutor or stranded companion, and to the public fool whose storytelling blends salutary mockery with gleeful revenge.
Rankin's wickedly gleeful novel shows why he is the king of far-fetched fiction.
Liberal commentators who regard abortion as the central sacrament of their political creed assailed Bennett with gleeful, hypocritical abandon.
Some possible topics might include how much you personally dislike "that ex-brokerage firm," how thrilled you would be if their company was under indictment, how gleeful you are when one of their star producers jumps ship to another brokerage house and whether their E&O will pay for all of the things that went wrong.
Besides being a gleeful fighter for justice, he was a true humanitarian and just a good guy.
And so it was for Rather, who compounded his high-profile screwup by hiding imperiously behind the exalted myth of CBS's unassailability, waiting 12 days to apologize and fully disavow the memo, by which time the anchor's reputation had plummeted to new lows and a thousand gleeful bias hunters had long since filled the media echo chamber with shouts of "I told you so
Asda has been strangely gleeful since a massive billboard advertisement for Tesco car insurance appeared outside its head office in Leeds.
If you looked at her physiologically she was frail and fragile - but if you looked at the spirit behind her antics she was free, fearless (feisty, brave, gutsy), and gleeful.
Look over her shoulder as she compares the wonders of metropolitan life to her beautiful farm and shares gleeful adventures with her "silent friend," her diary.
GOP heavyweights and a gleeful Pat Robertson won repeated ovations from the crowd of nearly 4,000 as they exulted in the presidential sex scandal and predicted Republican electoral gains.
This neo-Latin poem is a remarkable - and remarkably gross - "anti-conduct" manual, advocating the most appalling public behavior, including the flaunting of filth, spitting, gleeful self-exposure, and conspicuous nose-wiping.
Said to a stunned, but then gleeful, audience of 1,100 property owners and politicians, the group rose to its feet in a burst of applause.
The cinema's plug for the movie describes a "buffet of gleeful depravities".