Definition of exuberance
1 : the quality or state of being exuberant youthful exuberance
2 : an exuberant act or expression
Examples of exuberance in a Sentence
the exuberance of the housing market was an encouraging economic indicator
Recent Examples of exuberance from the Web
To the contrary, Regan recalled him maintaining almost a childlike exuberance.
But the fans had Bono's back, covering any technical issues with pure exuberance.
The balance was only slightly marred by Aizawa’s rare moments of over-exuberance.
And then black-and-white striped tuxedos, with lines in all directions, seemed to fast forward to the exuberance of the Jazz Age.
In its relatively brief lifetime, the biotechnology industry has swung between exuberance and despondency.
Thompson casts the story’s youthful, warts-and-all exuberance in a burnished, slightly unreal glow.
So did Oakland, whose residents celebrated with joyful and, for the most part, non-destructive exuberance.
Just as marketing professionals exploit teen girls by using their exuberance to sell products, xoJane exploited adult women to extract their trauma.
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