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  • adv. In a vibrant manner.


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vibrant +‎ -ly


  • I recall his vibrantly excitable high-tenor voice (at first I thought I was speaking to his wife) expressing the kind of exuberance that made Tortelier rightly beloved as an endearingly eccentric personality as well as a superb musician.

    A 'Testament to Bach'

  • The background of this scene is black space, whereas the flower is radiant and vibrantly alive.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • I am referring to the natural body movements that vibrantly nurture a sense of vitality, the effortless flow of the universal life force, chi, kundalini, and n|om.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Say yes to the movements that awaken your deep-rooted desire to be fully and vibrantly alive.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • The cute star and catchy song seem so void of value or substance or charisma that the result is this vibrantly vapid wasteland of emptiness masked in bling.

    Cody Brotter: Generation Friday: How Rebecca Black Gave Millennial Kids Their Label

  • The exhibit showcases 26 established and emerging artists with 65 vibrantly colored works, all smaller than 16x16 inches.

    Don't Miss: Sept. 3-11

  • It goes on to explore works made from the 1870s to about 1911: ferocious monoprints of brothel scenes, their brutal images wrenched up out of darkness; intensely observed drawings; vibrantly hued pastels; roughly modeled sculptures; and sketchy canvases of bathers.

    Stolen Moments and Persistent Poses

  • When you're that different from the majority, and you're vibrantly outspoken, people don't understand.

    Carter: 'A Gracious And Giving Person'

  • Jacqueline Tavernier-Courbin demonstrates that while The Call is a "naturalistic, a mythical, and an archetypal novel," it is also "a romantic book [in which] London created a world vibrantly alive [and through which his own] passionate love of life ... communicates itself to even the most jaded reader."

    America's Greatest World Novel

  • The state of Rajasthan is known for it's dusty landscapes and vibrantly dressed women, shining silver accoutrements and rainbow colored jems; my first stop in Ranthambore, made famous by the magnificent tigers roaming Ranthambore National Park, brought me to a small craft cooperative teeming with brightly printed fabrics stamped and sewn on site.

    Marissa Bronfman: Shopping and Safari Chic in Rajasthan


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