English version

exuberant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexuberantex‧u‧be‧rant /ɪɡˈzjuːbərənt $ ɪɡˈzuː-/ adjective  1 HAPPYhappy and full of energy and excitement an exuberant personality2 HBPexuberant decorations, patterns etc are exciting and complicated or colourful exuberant carvingsexuberance noun [uncountable] She needs to try and control her natural exuberance.exuberantly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
exuberantHe is energetic and exuberant.The prose is exuberant and knowingly exotic.an exuberant celebrationAnd here, gaggles of exuberant fourth-graders begged for his autograph as if he were Pluto in Disneyland.What she intended to be was gay, pleasure-giving, exuberant, free, beautiful, healthy.The backplate of H-5 looks barren and bland compared to the exuberant frippery scrolled over the same part of H-4.A similar process is also taking place in darts led by an exuberant Geordie commentator with a Cambridge History degree.They were both totally naked and exuberant in their lovemaking.Kip shot me an exuberant scowl.
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