ebulliently ebulliently


  • (adv) in an ebullient manner



  1. Indeed, Meany and Reuther seemed as ebulliently friendly as if they had just signed up management for a 35-hour coffee break.
  2. Despite its grim tone, Revel's ebulliently argued book is meant to be a reminder of how best to combat Stalinism: with at least two if not three cheers for democracy.
  3. Nat Bentley is a television writer-producer in Hollywood, but his most inspired production is his ebulliently maleficent self.


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    Susan Dunn The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism by Doris Kearns Goodwin “I’ve had a bully time and a bully fight. I feel as big and strong as a bull moose,” Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Roosevelt ebulliently told reporters when he returned to New York after the famous charge up San Juan Hill in the summer of 1898. Avid for publicity ...
    on February 6, 2014     Source: New York Review of Books

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infatuated infatuated
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