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vibrancy

[ vahy-bruhn-see ]
/ ˈvaɪ brən si /
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noun
vigorous, energetic, or lively quality; vitality: The author writes about “wells" of spiritual dynamism, strength, vibrancy, courage, and love to make the journey of aging more gracious.
resonant quality of sound:I perceive a distinct lack of vibrancy in the sound output of this tiny, cheaply made device.
the state or condition of vibrating or moving to and fro, especially in a string so as to produce sound:When you tap on the violin and hear a faint buzz, what you’re noticing is the normal vibrancy of the instrument.
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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
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Rarely vi·brance [vahy-bruhns] /ˈvaɪ brəns/ .

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