from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Ebullience.

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  • n. ebullience


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  • This other America has a daily ugliness about it that constantly transforms the ebulliency of hope into the fatigue of despair.

    April « 2008 « Bill Ayers

  • He continued to act off-stage; and in his general state of ebulliency he endeavored to bestow a measure of upwelling femininity upon another performer who was in the dress of his own sex.

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  • Therefore the true depth of science, and the penetration to the inmost centre, from which all the lines of knowledge diverge to their ever distant circumference, was abandoned to the illiterate and the simple, whom unstilled yearning, and an original ebulliency of spirit, had urged to the investigation of the indwelling and living ground of all things.

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