- youthful exuberance
Examples of exuberance in a Sentence
the exuberance of the housing market was an encouraging economic indicator
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Violence, exuberance, pain, or jubilation; nothing generates a response until Glover tries to run.
Brian Mackey’s fearless exuberance as the jealous, ax-wielding actor Garry invigorates the wild second act.
The hangover from a bout of over-exuberance dating from before the global financial crisis has left companies financially stretched and with enough production capacity to be able to delay capital expenditure.
Virtual currencies and blockchain, the digital ledger that forms the basis of the cryptocurrencies, were intended to be democratizing and equalizing forces, buoyed by a utopian exuberance.
But his exuberance turned into impatience when his civilian counterparts were slow to hold corrupt associates of President Hamid Karzai to account.
The 31-year-old Lewis is the youngest coach in college football and brings with him not only a wealth of offensive knowledge but a youthful exuberance that should re-energize the program.
Both the Serie A and Bundesliga side are looking to add some much needed youthful exuberance to their ageing sides in the transfer window, as Richarlison could certainly fit the bill.
Often, preliminary studies fuel irrational exuberance about a promising dietary supplement, leading millions of people to buy in to the trend.
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