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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishebulliente‧bul‧li‧ent /ɪˈbʌliənt, ɪˈbʊ-/ adjective formal  EXCITEDvery happy and excited My father is a naturally ebullient personality.ebullience noun [uncountable]
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ebullientIn the wake of the 1996 elections, proponents of the amendment were ebullient.He is as good as his name, as wild, eccentric and ebullient as Keane is demure and disciplined.Supporters of the amendment were ebullient at the outcome of the vote.Instead of my ebullient friend, I see a woman with hunched posture, a tentative walk.He was an ebullient, larger than life denial of all that was Right: he chain-smoked and drank too much.A famously ebullient man, Fuller was initially stiff and uncomfortable as an actor.His ebullient personality is a vivid reminder of the polymath of past times.Some women's fashions in other epochs have been meant to mimic ebullient pregnancy rather than flat-bellied virginity.
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