- youthful exuberance
Examples of exuberance in a Sentence
the exuberance of the housing market was an encouraging economic indicator
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In many ways, his exuberance pioneered the age of wacky, wonderful celebrations that proceeded him, and for that the footballing world must be eternally grateful.
Not that Robin was entirely suited to film, or to fitting his exuberance into Hollywood grids.
His exuberance may not be welcome by older or fragile dogs, or young toddlers.
It was delivered with an exuberance and verve that capture the joy of falling in love and being alive as few other plays do – by Shakespeare or anyone else.
The hitherto relied upon veterans such as Cesc Fabregas, Pedro and Javi Martinez have now been replaced with the exuberance of Isco, Asensio and Saul Niguez.
In the video, which dropped Tuesday morning—just hours after the exuberance of Memorial Day barbecues finally faded into workweek torpor—a visibly pregnant Cardi shimmies down the block, adorned in jewel tones and copious statement jewelry.
The experience of The Latina Sensation and the youthful exuberance of The Virtuosa are a symbolic fusion in the upstart RISE, a women's developmental group now in conjunction with Impact Wrestling.
The pieces are born out of a venerable jewelry tradition, but the boldness of the design and the exuberance of the color disrupt it in the best way possible.
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