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EXUBURBANT [iɡˈzo͞ob(ə)rənt]

ADJECTIVE
exuberant (adjective)

  • filled with or characterized by a lively energy and excitement.
  • growing luxuriantly or profusely.
Synonyms: ebullient . buoyant . cheerful . sunny . breezy . jaunty . lighthearted . high-spirited . exhilarated . excited . elated . exultant . euphoric . joyful . cheery . merry . jubilant . sparkling . effervescent . vivacious . enthusiastic . irrepressible . energetic . animated . lively . vigorous . zestful . gay . gladsome . blithe . blithesome . gloomy . luxuriant . lush . rich . abundant . abounding . superabundant . profuse . copious . plentiful . riotous . prolific . teeming . flourishing . thriving . vigorous . dense . thick . rank . rampant . overgrown . jungle-like . verdant . green . meager . stunted .

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What does the name exuberant mean?

Some common synonyms of exuberant are lavish, lush, luxuriant, prodigal, and profuse. While all these words mean "giving or given out in great abundance," exuberant implies marked vitality or vigor in what produces abundantly.

What does it mean to be exuberant?

Definition of exuberant. 1a : joyously unrestrained and enthusiastic exuberant praise an exuberant personality. b : unrestrained or elaborate especially in style : flamboyant exuberant architecture. 2 : produced in extreme abundance : plentiful exuberant foliage and vegetation.

What does exuberate mean?

exuberate (third-person singular simple present exuberates, present participle exuberating, simple past and past participle exuberated) (obsolete) To abound; to be in great abundance.

What is another word for Exuberating?

Need synonyms for exuberating? Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead. Verb. Present participle for to be in great abundance. rejoicing. exulting. glorying. delighting. crowing.

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