Definition of vivacity in English:

vivacity

noun

  • (especially in a woman) the quality of being attractively lively and animated.

    ‘he was struck by her vivacity, humor and charm’
    • ‘The large number of votes that the dolphin received shows that we as humans appreciate grace, beauty and vivacity.’
    • ‘She lacks the enthusiasm and vivacity I'm so used to seeing.’
    • ‘More verve and vivacity, but this time with a Victorian backdrop.’
    • ‘His eyes were a deep chocolate brown and sparkled to with vivacity and arrogance.’
    • ‘If they were going to fail, they were going to fail on his terms: spectacularly, brilliantly, with flair and vivacity.’
    liveliness, animation, effervescence, ebullience, sparkle, scintillation, spirit, spiritedness, high-spiritedness, high spirits, sprightliness, jauntiness, light-heartedness, gaiety, merriment, jollity, happiness, cheerfulness, perkiness, breeziness, brightness, enthusiasm, irrepressibility, vibrancy, vividness, vitality, life, verve, zeal, gusto, relish, zest, energy, dynamism, spark, fire, fieriness, vigour, vim, brio, dash
    joie de vivre, elan, éclat
    pep, zing, zip, bounce, chirpiness, go, get-up-and-go, oomph, pizzazz
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Pronunciation:

vivacity

/viˈvasədē/