exuberant exuberant  /ɪɡ ˈzu bə rənt/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) joyously unrestrained
  2. (adj) unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings
  3. (adj) produced or growing in extreme abundance

Usage(s):

  1. The nearest thing in modern opera to the lobster-supper diva of musical fable is exuberant, 42-year-old Grace Moore.
  2. After Pulp Fiction made him famous in his mid-40s, Jackson settled into his current rhythm of mixing prestige projects with what might fondly be called exuberant crap.
  3. Gehry's exuberant building is an undulating, white glass mesa that uses his characteristic whiplashing lines in a subdued and legible way.

News

  1. Memories flow at North Marysville High's graduation

    With black and yellow balloons and cakes at the ready, North Marysville High School students were both exuberant and wistful on Tuesday evening as minutes ticked down to their commencement. "My favorite memory was coming to North and meeting the teachers there," 18-year-old Mikee Cook...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Appeal-Democrat

  2. JPY Surges Most In 3 Years; "Buy-The-Dip-Mentality" Gone

    After a couple of days of exuberant dead-cat-bouncing in Japan (and therefore implicitly US equities), the reality that credit markets had been hinting at is starting to be realized once again. A nasty gap-down open in US equities saw BTFDers come piling back in, aided by pressure on bonds and a final liftathon into the EU close in AUDJPY. That was the best of the day and JPY's biggest surge in ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge

  3. ‘Kinky Boots’ Wins Tony for Musical; ‘Vanya’ Named Play

    Exuberant drag queens and Cyndi Lauper pop tunes prevailed at the Tony Awards, as “Kinky Boots” was named the best new Broadway musical.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Bloomberg

Quotes

  1. "I was driving in an over-exuberant manner and as a result was stopped by the police," Hamilton said. "What I did was silly and I want to apologise for it."
    on Mar 26, 2010 By: Lewis Hamilton Source: Herald Sun

  2. "We both have exuberant and sometimes uncontrollable supporters," Mrs. Clinton said in the opening moments of a two-hour debate televised on MSNBC.
    on Jan 15, 2008 By: Hillary Rodham Clinton Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. For strengthening regulations, Bernanke said steps should be taken to make the US financial system less susceptible to "exuberant booms and disastrous busts."
    on Mar 20, 2009 By: Ben Bernanke Source: USA Today

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