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
Moods associated with Jewish culture and literature embroidered both the music and the choreography: the music evoked klezmer raucousness and piercing melancholy by turns, and the dancing alternated between ritualized and folk-dance exuberance.
In a genre whose default sound tends toward minor-chord claustrophobia, Yachty has planted his flag on a hill of exuberance and lightheartedness.
One day, classes were interrupted by a young orca exploding out of the icy water to starboard, in flights of careless exuberance.
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