Definition of vibrancy
: the quality or state of being vibrant
Examples of vibrancy in a Sentence
the addition of several new stores enhances the vibrancy of the town
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McKay choreographs it with the same vibrancy that buoys the entire film.
Those who watched the debate applauded Kennedy’s vibrancy, while radio listeners found Nixon more convincing.
The canals and cobblestone streets in Nyhaven were gorgeous and their beauty and vibrancy were not lost on Eric.
Proponents, like Metcalfe, argue that colorizing photographs or films adds vibrancy to events that would otherwise seem distant; if research is conducted to ensure maximum accuracy, the images maintain historical integrity.
Finally, as the world’s two largest democracies, India and the U.S. have a deep stake in strengthening the vibrancy of their own democratic systems as models to secure equality, freedom, and tolerance.
Four years ago, with their children out of the nest, Ms. Colin and Mr. Deas reclaimed their apartment, eager to feel the vibrancy of the big city and to do some stage work.
When Shachi Mehra recalls her recent trip to India, the chef animatedly describes the vibrancy of the land, the scents that permeate the air and the brilliant colors of the cities.
Transposing the Athenian comedy to Southern California, Casey Wilder Mott takes his bow as a feature director with a sensuous, silly and superbly cast version, one whose visually vibrancy matches its feel for the language.
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