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Definition of Ebulliency
Ebullience E*bul"lience (?; 106), Ebulliency E*bul"lien*cy,
A boiling up or over; effervescence. --Cudworth.
Meaning of Ebulliency from wikipedia
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and outlived, but of something approaching
tragedy: a phenomenally ebullient child
star tops himself
like none before, only to tran****e audibly
Machine, The New York Times, 5 September
2006: "... he was an ebullient staple
talk shows ranging
from 'The Tonight
Show With Jay...
self-restraint, and could
be reckless. Describing
personality", Jenkins noted
that in his youth, Churchill
- and exhibit masculine
vigor. French historian Serge Ricard
says, "the ebullient apostle
of the Strenuous
Life offers ideal material
for a detailed
- Tompson described
leader: He could
or vulgar, ebullient
or sullen, he was given
to public displays
of rage (often contrived) and...
- his consulship
in 143, when he had praised
: 'There was then an outstanding natural ability
in you; there
is now perfected...
- experience". MacDonald considers
"Getting Better" to contain
"the most ebullient
performance" on Sgt. Pepper. Womack credits
the track's "driving rock...
- with bitterness
and apathy" from the Brezhnev
years. They noted
he was "ebullient
, almost outrageously
open", and also "charismatic". They added
- s****s momentary cheerfulness
adventures; animated, energetic, ebullient
. Tempestuous histrionic Including negativistic features
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