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Origin of ebullient
Examples from the Web for ebulliently
For all answer—as the ebulliently sentimental she-novelist saith—he pointed to the pell-mell pile of morning papers.
The editorials I criticised were joyous and ebulliently hilarious compared with those which might be expected in the future.Aladdin & Co.|Herbert Quick
He had been ebulliently active; now he was dull and spiritless—seemed to be dazed.The Lair of the White Worm|Bram Stoker
Word Origin for ebullient
1590s, "boiling," from Latin ebullientem (nominative ebulliens), present participle of ebullire "to boil over," literally and figuratively, from ex- "out" (see ex-) + bullire "to bubble" (see boil (v.)). Figurative sense of "enthusiastic" is first recorded 1660s.