ebullient


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Synonyms for ebullient

full of joyful, unrestrained high spirits

Synonyms for ebullient

joyously unrestrained

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in ebullient, mood Brennan It ended with Bernardo's cross finding Sane as he arrowed from left flank to right-hand side of the box to run the ball past Petr Cech and into the net.
Lewis Black, who plays Anger, said the film would have been very different if he had been cast as the ebullient Joy.
His family said the death of their "cherished, sporty, ebullient child" has "left a huge hole" in their lives.
Ebullient indie pop tracks such as Attic and Dangerous Age sit next to abstract soundscapes and folky dolky numbers.
Perceptive slice-of-life lyrics and ebullient powerpacked drive puts them in a London lineage of Small Faces, Kinks and Madness.
Summary: Dark clouds and sodden streets did nothing to dampen the spirits of the ebullient mass who took part in the Beirut marathon on Sunday, in what was an elevating example of what the Lebanese can achieve when they are united.
The ebullient thesp is joined by his mum and dad, sister Carole and partner Scott as they compete against Emmerdale actress Lesley Dunlop (Brenda Walker) and her family for the pounds 30,000 prize in the Big Money finale.
Actor Mickey Rourke chats to the ebullient Norton about his latest projects, including a much acclaimed portrayal of a has-been sportsman in new movie The Wrestler.
The founder and Artistic Director Emeritus of Toronto-based Opera in Concert, he was also the first Artistic Director of the Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio and is well known to radio listeners from coast to coast as the ebullient, longtime quizmaster of Saturday Afternoon at the Opera.
"I was very delighted to learn that he had scored big against his rival," an ebullient Sarah Obama said amid bursts of laughter.
"Jimmy Carter and his merry band of flacks at the State Department seemed ebullient with their sudden revelation in February 1977 that there was no travel ban to Communist Cuba.
FANCY working with the ebullient Dave Reed at the local RFU offices at the university?
A fine trainer and a thoroughly likeable man, Alner and his ebullient wife Sally carry with them every good wish and hope for a full recovery from their many friends in the sport.
An ebullient saga of self-discovery and learning what really matters, as well as an amazing tour-de-force of where chefs (iron or otherwise) come from.
LINE of the week came from the ebullient James Mortimer, the man whose vision and hard work changed Glasgow's pub and club scene forever.