Definition of be full of the joys of spring in English:

be full of the joys of spring

phrase

  • Be lively and cheerful.

    • ‘Yes, rosemary can help you feel mentally and physically on top of the world - full of the joys of spring, in fact.’
    • ‘So sign up today and be full of the joys of spring.’
    • ‘We know that those members over there are not full of the joys of spring, at all.’
    • ‘Personally, I'm generally full of the joys of spring, even in the depths of winter.’
    • ‘He seems full of the joys of spring for some reason.’
    • ‘No doubt others will pitch in tomorrow, but the Indy, which has the exclusive on this, is full of the joys of spring.’
    • ‘There have been days when I've jumped out of bed full of the joys of spring, opened the mail and felt like crawling back under the duvet.’
    • ‘I've realised that when I do this, I wake up full of the joys of spring, even when it's midsummer.’
    • ‘Well, yes, I tried, but here I was, a few days short of 75, tumbling riotously out of the Joyce Theater and full of the joys of spring and dance.’
    • ‘The handsome chap in the top photo is me first thing on Christmas Day, wide awake and full of the joys of spring.’
    cheerful, happy, jolly, merry, bright, sunny, joyous, light-hearted, in good spirits, in high spirits, sparkling, bubbly, effervescent, exuberant, ebullient, cock-a-hoop, breezy, airy, cheery, sprightly, jaunty, smiling, grinning, beaming, laughing, mirthful, radiant
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