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irrepressible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishirrepressibleir‧re‧pres‧si‧ble /ˌɪrɪˈpresəbəl◂/ adjective written 🔊 🔊 ENERGETICfull of energy, confidence, and happiness so that you never seem unhappy 🔊 an irrepressible optimistirrepressibly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
irrepressibleEven the irrepressible Bean was silent.The irrepressible Byrne curled a free kick round the Linfield wall after 15 minutes, but Lamont was equal to it.Compared with the impulsive and irrepressible Ellet, he was rocklike.All through life he was an irrepressible fund raiser.Gazza's goal convinced Maradona there is no greater player on earth than the irrepressible Geordie.But the true believers are an irrepressible group.But the irrepressible Saunders had the final word in the first half.
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