exuberate


ex·u·ber·ate

intransitive verb \-bə-ˌrāt\
ex·u·ber·at·edex·u·ber·at·ing

Definition of EXUBERATE

1
archaic :  to have something in abundance :  overflow
2
:  to become exuberant :  show exuberance <exuberated over his victory>

Examples of EXUBERATE

  1. <after their first World Series championship in 86 years, Bostonians felt that they had earned the right to exuberate with abandon>

First Known Use of EXUBERATE

15th century

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