ebullient ebullient  /ɪ ˈbəl jənt/


  • (adj) joyously unrestrained



  1. The ebullient cheer leaders did all but go to the field to play themselves.
  2. The sales team was ebullient about reaching their sales goal for the week.


  1. Cheers and Jeers

    h Cheers: To Marianne, Wendy, Ariana, Mike, Marcelo and Rich from Firefighting’s Finest Moving, who unbelievably made moving fun. The seamless synthesis of their teamwork, professionalism, energy, compassion and ebullient personalities completely removed the stress from a traditionally painful experience.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  2. Bill Nelson is man of few words on gay marriage decisions

    Democrats were ebullient yesterday with the Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage. So it seemed odd that Sen. Bill Nelson , who only recently said he supported gay marriage, did not put out a statement. We had to ask and …
    on June 27, 2013     Source: St. Petersburg Times Blogs

  3. There Is Joy at Stonewall, but the Mighty Fight Must Press on

    It's an ebullient mood in New York City after the Supreme Court rulings. And likely in Los Angeles, and Seattle, and Boston. And spirits are high in Atlanta and Houston and, hell, Ponca City, too. But their work isn't done yet. Meaning ours isn't either.        
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire


  1. "His generosity of spirit and flamboyancy were indelibly etched on everybody that came across Ken," Talbot Group's Thornton said today. "He was enthusiastic and ebullient about life and what you can get out of life. He had outstanding acumen...
    on Jun 22, 2010 By: Brian Thornton Source: BusinessWeek

  2. "What was ebullient before has now - it's a more muted response. (Support for the war) still may be past the 51% mark, but it's a quieter level," Sanford said.
    on Feb 27, 2006 By: Mark Sanford Source: USA Today

  3. "It is still a kick in the guts to lose. Even with the cocky, ebullient Kevin Pietersen as captain, all the upbeat talk in the world will not cover up this defeat," says Boycott in his article.
    on Dec 16, 2008 By: Geoff Boycott Source: Newstrack India (blog)

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