ebullience ebullience  /ɪ ˈbʊl jəns/


  • (n) overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval



  1. Style absorbed him not only the priapic swagger and ebullience of his own lifestyle, but the pervasive feedback of art style into nature.
  2. Wednesday's activity reflected that measured concern dominating the ebullience that drove the previous two sessions.


  • Oregon AD happy NCAA ordeal at an end

    For Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens, the seemingly light penalties his football program incurred from the NCAA on Wednesday in connection to the Willie Lyles investigation is a case of the facts setting the Ducks free. Or just about. While Mullens didn't leap up and click his heals together in front of reporters -- he betrayed no outward ebullience, though you could make a case it would be ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: ESPN Blogs


  1. "I want Guzaarish to be inspirational and not some depressing and defeatist story of physical disability. And I want my lead actors to be as inspired as I am. I know Hrithik and Aishwarya can bring the spirit of ebullience into the story. I know...
    on Jul 14, 2009 By: Sanjay Leela Bhansali Source: Times of India

  2. Lesh confirmed Lane's departure in a mid-May announcement on the PhilZone message board, writing, "I will miss Jay's enthusiasm and ebullience; he's a great guy to hang and play music with."
    on Jun 16, 2010 By: Phil Lesh Source: Ticket News

  3. Late Gani, according to Ukiwe was "a man of sharpened intelligence, with capacity and ebullience to rouse the people from stupor to action and motivate the national leadership into action if reluctant. Inn the national archives of our past history...
    on Sep 10, 2009 By: Gani Fawehinmi Source: THISDAY

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