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full of life and energy

full of zest or vigor

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quick and energetic

elastic

filled with events or activity

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full of spirit

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He had lived a good deal in France among the men who made the Mercure de France the liveliest review of the day, and by the simple process of expressing in English their point of view he had acquired in England a reputation for originality.
Epanchin, long accustomed to her husband's infidelities, had heard of the pearls, and the rumour excited her liveliest curiosity and interest.
Baisemeaux, seated at table, was rubbing his hands and looking at the bishop of Vannes, who, booted like a cavalier, dressed in gray and sword at side, kept talking of his hunger and testifying the liveliest impatience.
So, May and Edward got up, amid great applause, to dance alone; and Bertha plays her liveliest tune.
She had no illness to complain of; she shared willingly in the ever-varying succession of amusements offered to strangers by the ingenuity of the liveliest people in the world--but nothing roused her: she remained persistently dull and weary through it all.
A person of the liveliest interest to the outcumbents.
It recrudesced the laughter and the song, and put a lilt into my own imagination so that I could laugh and sing and say foolish things with the liveliest of them, or platitudes with verve and intensity to the satisfaction of the pompous mediocre ones who knew no other way to talk.
The band played its liveliest melodies; the servants kept the glasses constantly filled: round all the tables gayety and freedom reigned supreme.
He could not help, therefore, compassionating the situation of poor Nancy, whose love for Mr Nightingale seemed to him so apparent, that he was astonished at the blindness of her mother, who had more than once, the preceding evening, remarked to him the great change in the temper of her daughter, "who from being," she said, "one of the liveliest, merriest girls in the world, was, on a sudden, become all gloom and melancholy.
But when Mr Willet appeared--old John himself--so heavy-headed and obstinate, and with such a double chin as the liveliest imagination could never in its boldest flights have conjured up in all its vast proportions--then she stood corrected, and unwillingly admitted to herself that she was broad awake.
The conversation was not of the liveliest nature, nor were the appetites of some among them very keen.
Her latest work, following her collaboration with Jeff Warburton, is called The Liveliest of Elements, an Ordinary Extraordinary Material.
When you do venture out, you'll find yourself a five-minute walk from Jordaan one of the liveliest districts in the whole city.
Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa offers two worlds in one idyllic setting - Harmony is a tranquil adults-only oasis, while Splash is one of the liveliest family playgrounds in the Caribbean.
FROM the most ancient civilisations to the liveliest nightclubs, Greece has been millennia in the making.