adjective, live·li·er, live·li·est.
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Here, she talks about what inspired her to start the liveliest protest since the Boston Tea Party.
WATCH VIDEO of the liveliest protest since the Boston Tea Party.
Not entirely, though I have always followed Arianna's career with the liveliest interest.
It has the charming ‘eyes’ of gigas in perfection, and the enormous disc, superbly frilled, is of the liveliest magenta crimson.The Woodlands Orchids|Frederick Boyle
This epithet was commonly used to denote the strongest and liveliest interest in any thing or person, for or against.Hamlet|William Shakespeare
His feelings woke the liveliest echo, and it was not France alone who profited by the lessons he taught.
The liveliest thing in that book is the account of Empire City and its Solitary.The Golden Butterfly|Walter Besant
However, he perceived the object now of Euphrasia's visit, and began to take the liveliest interest in it.Mr. Crewe's Career, Complete|Winston Churchill