Definition of vibrant
Examples of vibrant in a Sentence
She has a vibrant personality.
We painted the room a vibrant blue.
Recent Examples of vibrant from the Web
A vibrant Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon mural leans against a wall to his left.
Leaders of nondemocratic states have actively promoted their interests abroad but have not subverted young republics or wrecked vibrant democracies.
A vibrant mix of old and young stars burned up with only the faint embers — dying, cool, red dwarfs — left.
Using early photographic techniques, Atkins portrayed the aquatic organisms as ethereal tufts and tendrils floating over vibrant blue backgrounds.
Miami has trendy South Beach and miles of sunny beaches, the vibrant Wynwood arts district and the Everglades for nature lovers but has never had a major attraction like other Florida cities.
This promises to be a vibrant evening of music with lots of exotic percussion to get you up and moving.
Chicago is one of the finest restaurant cities on the planet, a city of fantastic neighborhoods and great people and a vibrant cultural and sporting life, including polite wagers on federal indictments.
Even with a young, vibrant team that is playing beyond expectations, attendance has continued to fall this season.
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First Known Use of vibrant
VIBRANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vibrant for English Language Learners
: having or showing great life, activity, and energy
: very bright and strong
of a sound : loud and powerful
VIBRANT Defined for Kids
Definition of vibrant for Students
: having or giving the sense of life, vigor, or action a vibrant personality
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