This vast arena of mountains, gleaming like whitely hooded ghosts on every side, did not encourage such ebullience.
She had lost weight; the "puppy fat" and the ebullience had gone.
and it's about happiness in the first Hollywood sense I'm going to talk about: happiness of ebullience and giggling and good cheer.
But watch out here. This is merely correlational data, notcausal, and it's about happiness in the first Hollywood sense I'mgoing to talk about: happiness of ebullience and giggling and goodcheer.
My guess is that much of this is the result of traditional American ebullience: the view that what goes down will sooner or later bounce back up.
Yet, the current protest, which started so peacefully and with such ebullience, took a dramatic and violent turn several days ago.
Despite this, small and medium-sized firms represent 99.8 % of all Union companies and their ebullience stimulates them to create jobs and boost the economy of the whole of Europe.
overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval: rabidness, life, sprightliness, madness, rabidity, liveliness, lyricism, exuberance, enthusiasm, spirit