Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being long-lived; longevity.
  • noun The state or character of being vivacious; vivacity; liveliness.

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  • noun the state of being vivacious; vivacity

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Examples

  • The slow, compliant boy had grown more flesh and muscle than once seemed likely, and his wits had begun to display that kind of vivaciousness which is only compatible with a nature moulded in common clay.

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  • The rustic charm of country life and the vivaciousness of its people fueled Agnes de Mille's work on "Oklahoma!" and her one-act ballet that preceded it, "Rodeo."

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  • His mother loved dancing at Regine's and all the great parties because of her vivaciousness and gift for life and conversation.

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  • His mother loved dancing at Regine's and all the great parties because of her vivaciousness and gift for life and conversation.

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  • Though not exactly Pantheistic in the way English Romantic poets were, he infused his portrayals of nature with vivaciousness.

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  • To see the sweat form on his brow (and his vivaciousness guarantees a bit of sweat now and again) is part of the joy of watching a classical musician who is unabashedly in love with what he does.

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  • She was 26, married with two kids, and when you met her, there were a few things you noticed right away: she had some sort of defect with one eye (it didn't track with the other) and then inside of a couple of seconds, you quit noticing because of her smile and warmth and vivaciousness.

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  • She was 26, married with two kids, and when you met her, there were a few things you noticed right away: she had some sort of defect with one eye (it didn't track with the other) and then inside of a couple of seconds, you quit noticing because of her smile and warmth and vivaciousness.

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  • To see the sweat form on his brow (and his vivaciousness guarantees a bit of sweat now and again) is part of the joy of watching a classical musician who is unabashedly in love with what he does.

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