Exuberant [adjective]

Definition of Exuberant:

energetic, enthusiastic

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Sentence/Example of Exuberant:

They touch upon outstanding AI problems, such as reducing energy consumption, nixing the need for exuberant learning examples, and teaching AI some good ole’ common sense.

On March 10 of this year, I interviewed Willie Perdomo, the author of an exuberant new collection called “The Crazy Bunch.”

Leaders in the young, buzzy industry have had to temper initially exuberant timeline estimates as they focus on safety and satisfying regulators.

No, it was Borat himself, the exuberant man-child whose catch-phrases like “mah wife!”

If Alibaba’s groundbreaking IPO represented the exuberant global mood of capital markets in 2014, Ant’s debut is the most high-profile reflection yet of how those same markets are now drifting apart.

The glorious sun was strong in his might, and, like his Maker, warmed the northern world into exuberant life.

On the following afternoon he found her, for instance, radiant with that exuberant happiness he had learned now to distrust.

In his presence she blossomed out, her eyes shone the moment he arrived, her voice altered, her spirits became exuberant.

The reader falls easily under the spell of this exuberant enthusiasm and is charmed by the poetic power evinced.

George Sand describes it as "un peu exuberant de style, mais rempli de bonnes choses et de tres-belles pages."