Examples of vibrancy in a Sentence
the addition of several new stores enhances the vibrancy of the town
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What makes Seoul stand out from the pack, however, is the vibrancy and excitement the whole city has for the week ahead of them.
The fish was cooked expertly and set in a delicate, coconut curry infused broth, a nest of sauteed vegetables added texture and vibrancy.
All registration fees and donation will benefit the TTCP a local non-profit created to restore the vibrancy of Hebron's historic center.
The $50 million conversion of the two buildings is the latest in a push to add housing downtown to boost vibrancy in a city that has struggled to build foot traffic in the evenings and on weekends.
The colors of the faith, the candles, the beads, the ornate masks, the blessed saints mimic the vibrancies of our culture.
There was beauty in repetition, vibrancy in the traditional.
Colorful fruits and vegetables add vibrancy and disease-fighting nutrients to our plates, but many people struggle to incorporate them into daily eating.
City officials said the rentals attract affluent young residents and retirees, or empty-nesters, and add vibrancy to the downtown commercial district.
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