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vibrant

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adjective vi·brant \-brənt\

Simple Definition of vibrant

  • : having or showing great life, activity, and energy

  • : very bright and strong

  • of a sound : loud and powerful

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of vibrant

  1. 1 a (1) :  oscillating or pulsating rapidly (2) :  pulsating with life, vigor, or activity <a vibrant personality> b (1) :  readily set in vibration (2) :  responsive, sensitive

  2. 2 :  sounding as a result of vibration :  resonant <a vibrant voice>

  3. 3 :  bright 4 <a vibrant orange>

vibrantly

adverb

Examples of vibrant in a sentence

  1. She has a vibrant personality.

  2. We painted the room a vibrant blue.



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First Known Use of vibrant

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VIBRANT Defined for Kids

vibrant

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adjective vi·brant \ˈvī-brənt\

Definition of vibrant for Students

  1. :  having or giving the sense of life, vigor, or action <a vibrant personality>

vibrantly

adverb




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