livelier livelier  /ˈlaɪv li ər/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) full of life and energy
  2. (adj) full of zest or vigor
  3. (adj) quick and energetic
  4. (adj) elastic; rebounds readily
  5. (adj) filled with events or activity
  6. (adj) full of spirit

Usage(s):

  1. And, Klaus, as one meeting organizer to another, I must acknowledge that your meetings were often livelier than mine.
  2. With such seasoned stars and a number of flamboyant lawyers on hand, it should be one of the livelier gospel spectaculars since Jim and Tammy went off the air.
  3. Arriving in 1992, Beach transformed an aging, liturgically conservative, 35-member congregation by initiating community-outreach programs and a livelier second Sunday service.

News

  • O.W.L.S. program set for Wednesday

    Jasper County Conservation Board and Jasper County Elderly Nutrition will host an Older, Wiser, Livelier Seniors program to tour the Innis family garden on Wednesday.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Newton Daily News

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