exuberate


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Synonyms for exuberate

to express great joy

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Late payments are a challenge for UK businesses and further strike action will only exuberate the problem.
Despite the City's touristic sites like the Roman Amphitheatre, the Citadel, Jabal Luweibdeh, the old area of Jabal Amman and the different museums which exuberate a rich culture, tradition and diversity of attractions, they are being superseded by high towers, high-rise office blocks and urban sprawls.
Sometimes he needs to exuberate that confidence," Moyes added.
and] exuberate in platitudes," has fed the image of Simon as an indecisive, insincere man lacking in imagination, as has Lloyd George's remark on being asked to unlock the enigma of Simon's personality that "there is no further to get.
Most important is a portrayal of Hanson-Dyer's personality, which exuberates persistence and strength through an ambitious set of expectations and delivery.
The new Honda Odyssey J, the next generation minivan that sets the bar in automobile sophistication, exuberates luxury and unrivalled comfort.
New Delhi Clad in a crumpled cotton sari and loosely tied hair, social activist Medha Patkar exuberates an indomitable spirit.
An anti-Dogma film exuberates and celebrates new cinema language.