exuberant

Part of speech: adjective

Marked by plentifulness; producing copiously.

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Usage examples "exuberant":

  1. Now obviously there is a peril for poor human nature in words and thoughts of such exuberant self- satisfaction, until we find ourselves safe in the streets of the Celestial City. - "Selections from the Prose Works of Matthew Arnold", Matthew Arnold.
  2. She could hear the faint, muffled sound of shots with which the benighted but jubilant frontiersmen were hailing the coming of the sacred anniversary, like some midwinter Fourth of July, with exuberant and explosive hilarity. - "Campaigning with Crook and Stories of Army Life", Charles King.
  3. Beside them are simpler minds, merely exuberant, for whom there can never be enough light or colour in their picture of life. - "The Education of Catholic Girls", Janet Erskine Stuart.