vibrance

noun
vi·​brance | \ ˈvī-brən(t)s How to pronounce vibrance (audio) \

Definition of vibrance

Examples of vibrance in a Sentence

new legislation to help small businesses and restore the vibrance of the local economy
Recent Examples on the Web The fresh herbs add vibrance, and the sharp cheddar can stand up to the spiciness of the various peppers. San Diego Union-Tribune, 3 Aug. 2022 While subtle, both of the accent colors bring just a touch of vibrance to the otherwise black and off-white bedroom. Hadley Mendelsohn, House Beautiful, 29 July 2022 The firm attracts funding in part by selling the vibrance and nascent potential of rural Colorado, as ongoing economic diversification in technology, green energy, and outdoor recreation continues to flood the Mountain West. The Sorenson Impact Center, Forbes, 18 May 2022 With a capacity of approximately 480 liters, these large casks allow malt whiskies to mature slowly, imbuing them with a complexity and vibrance. Larry Olmsted, Forbes, 2 June 2022 The vitamin C and antioxidants from grapefruit extract will have your scalp revitalized in no time, allowing your hairs natural vibrance and shine to show through. Grooming Playbook, The Salt Lake Tribune, 1 June 2022 And, today, new immigrant groups are adding to the vibrance of our nation. Dean Obeidallah, CNN, 16 May 2022 And trust, not all appear saccharine, but many indeed skew bold for tastes preferring vibrance over whimsy. Laura Lajiness Kaupke, Vogue, 20 Mar. 2022 Her warmth and vibrance come through in her fiery jackfruit al pastor tacos, red chili nopalitos, and huevos rancheros. Jackie Tran, Bon Appétit, 18 Feb. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of vibrance

circa 1900, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of vibrance was circa 1900

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Last Updated

12 Aug 2022

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“Vibrance.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/vibrance. Accessed 12 Aug. 2022.

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