exuberant romance dominated the evening gowns with their rows of lush ruffles and pinched pleats.
I like to wear bright colors because they match well with my personality: bright, exuberant, colorful.
But their exuberant club banger “I Love It,” about a woman scorned, was the girl-power anthem of 2012.
Don't try telling that to this exuberant volunteer with an infectious laugh.
He has been the most exuberant champion of bold colors, the likes of which have not been seen since the Day-Glo days of raves.
His exuberant style is Venetian; it is velvet and brocade, which he bestrews with tinsel and spangles.
"We ran," cries Cecil, with her exuberant spirits in her tone.
Dore's nature was exuberant and buoyant, and he was youthful in appearance.
She had his exuberant vitality, his contempt for danger, and his pride of race.
Cast into this depth any amount of the blackest sorrow or the most exuberant joy, its surface will never even be ruffled.
mid-15c., from Middle French exubérant and directly from Latin exuberantem (nominative exuberans) "overabundance," present participle of exuberare "be abundant, grow luxuriously," from ex- "thoroughly" + uberare "be fruitful," related to uber "udder," from PIE root *eue-dh-r- (see udder). Related: Exuberantly; exuberate; exuberating.
exuberant ex·u·ber·ant (ĭg-zōō'bər-ənt)
Proliferating or growing excessively.