Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an ebullient manner; overflowingly; ‘gushingly’: as, ebulliently sentimental.

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  • adverb in an ebullient manner

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  • adverb in an ebullient manner

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Examples

  • • The latest news and comment on our Ashes siteAll three batsmen – Lara ebulliently, Ponting dynamically, Tendulkar effortlessly – dominated attacks of all kinds and were driven by the challenge of individual contests to fight it out time after time.

    The Ashes 2010-11: Ricky Ponting – great batsman, flawed captain

  • The address was just upbeat enough, I thought – and certainly delivered ebulliently, maybe one notch too much so.

    The state of the union: Obama's appeasement strategy | Michael Tomasky

  • In one scene, a woman in a peignoir a recurrent Bausch costume ebulliently lets loose with a leaf blower on a autumn hillside casting golden foliage seemingly out into the theater, in another sequence, a shirtless man balances tree branches on his arms and shoulders and walks towards the camera.

    Glen Helfand: Full-Bodied Film

  • In one scene, a woman in a peignoir a recurrent Bausch costume ebulliently lets loose with a leaf blower on a autumn hillside casting golden foliage seemingly out into the theater, in another sequence, a shirtless man balances tree branches on his arms and shoulders and walks towards the camera.

    Glen Helfand: Full-Bodied Film

  • In one scene, a woman in a peignoir a recurrent Bausch costume ebulliently lets loose with a leaf blower on a autumn hillside casting golden foliage seemingly out into the theater, in another sequence, a shirtless man balances tree branches on his arms and shoulders and walks towards the camera.

    Glen Helfand: Full-Bodied Film

  • Many chants are ebulliently joyful and celebratory.

    Then went virtue out from him

  • Moreover, they were ebulliently hand-made, and also carry the sincerity and conviction of the bona fide counter-culture.

    Psychedelic Denver

  • "The day Britain lost its soul," in the UK's most ebulliently selling newspaper, the Mail, turns out to be the day we embraced the metric system 40 years ago.

    The norms of Norman Rockwell | Peter Preston

  • Moreover, they were ebulliently hand-made, and also carry the sincerity and conviction of the bona fide counter-culture.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • In one scene, a woman in a peignoir a recurrent Bausch costume ebulliently lets loose with a leaf blower on a autumn hillside casting golden foliage seemingly out into the theater, in another sequence, a shirtless man balances tree branches on his arms and shoulders and walks towards the camera.

    Glen Helfand: Full-Bodied Film

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