Definition of exuberance in English:

exuberance

noun

mass noun
  • 1The quality of being full of energy, excitement, and cheerfulness; ebullience.

    ‘a sense of youthful exuberance’
    • ‘Everyone who reads Paul Muldoon will be dazzled by his linguistic exuberance.’
    • ‘I felt the exuberance of people who were leaving behind a life of no future for one of limitless possibilities.’
    • ‘This season, bold geometric shapes are omnipresent, with various lines in particular adding rhythm and exuberance to the fabrics.’
    • ‘There is no exuberance or shouts of joy in any of these photographs.’
    • ‘A boxer's exuberance can sometimes be exasperating.’
    • ‘The keynote was messianic fervour and religious exuberance.’
    • ‘Innocence, in contrast, radiates childlike pleasure and exuberance.’
    • ‘I loved the atmosphere, the sheer tacky, gaudy, exuberance of it all.’
    • ‘I suspect "just out of school" exuberance fueled my mad dash out the door.’
    • ‘Zack was this elfin TV producer who more than made up in exuberance what he lacked in inches.’
    • ‘I yelled, hoping my exuberance would break the language barrier.’
    • ‘They embody youthful exuberance combined with the wisdom of age.’
    • ‘The exuberance with which he engages every topic attests to the wonders he can accomplish with his prose.’
    • ‘And yet I was entertained, due to the sheer exuberance of the production.’
    • ‘Her rhythms were dead-on crisp and accurate, and she brought out all the color and exuberance the score demands.’
    • ‘We were among the first to share with you what's going on with the exuberance around the country with early voting.’
    • ‘However, all the exuberance expressed may just have been to hide from the horrors being witnessed.’
    • ‘Chosen from among 13 entrants, Tlale was bubbling with exuberance.’
    • ‘Nonetheless, there's a compelling exuberance to the music-making, a sense of shared possibilities being discovered.’
    • ‘Jamie, 30, can be forgiven his exuberance: he came to the campaign straight from a Catholic seminary.’
    ebullience, buoyancy, cheerfulness, sunniness, breeziness, jauntiness, light-heartedness, high spirits, exhilaration, excitement, elation, exultation, euphoria, joy, joyfulness, cheeriness, gaiety, jubilation, sparkle, effervescence, vivacity, enthusiasm, irrepressibility, energy, animation, life, liveliness, vigour, zest
    luxuriance, lushness, richness, abundance, superabundance, profusion, proliferation, copiousness, riotousness, vigour
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    1. 1.1 The quality of growing profusely; luxuriance.
      ‘plants growing with wild exuberance’
      • ‘A gazebo, garden seats, the grottoes and the waterside plantings will convey the exuberance of the Victorian garden.’
      • ‘In the Central Valley, blazingly hot but well irrigated, gardens grow with tropical exuberance.’
      • ‘The high-definition TV debacle may partly reflect such technological exuberance.’
      • ‘There is an exuberance of life in the remarkably fertile waters of the Strait of Georgia.’
      • ‘China now is showing the most exuberance, growing as one of the world's leading manufacturing powers.’
      • ‘The minimal nature of the centre is an appropriate contrast to the exuberance of the main church.’

Pronunciation

exuberance

/ɛɡˈz(j)uːb(ə)r(ə)ns//ɪɡˈz(j)uːb(ə)r(ə)ns/