vivaciously

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv vivaciously with vivacity "he describes his adventures vivaciously"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • vivaciously In a vivacious manner; with vivacity, life, or spirit.
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Usage

In literature:

Here I bathed on the hottest day of last year, 1904, among merry albeit considerable water nymphs and vivacious men.
"A Wanderer in Holland" by E. V. Lucas
Voltaire has left us a vivacious picture of authority in grave consultation over the great engine of destruction.
"Diderot and the Encyclopaedists (Vol 1 of 2)" by John Morley
She was becoming vivacious, and I found myself strangely disliking her vivacity.
"The Jervaise Comedy" by J. D. Beresford
His eyes were a bluish-grey and exceedingly vivacious.
"Beethoven" by George Alexander Fischer
Mary was happy and vivacious, and noted the girl's rapid development.
"The Quest of the Silver Fleece" by W. E. B. Du Bois
And a courteous, versatile, and vivacious companion I found him.
"Henry Brocken" by Walter J. de la Mare
What a perpetual spring tide of vivacious joy and delight do they create in heaven.
"Catharine" by Nehemiah Adams
These were the days when he most frequented the Savile Club, and the lightest and most vivacious part of him there came to the surface.
"The Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls" by Jacqueline M. Overton
The young English girl is a petite brunette; her face is very expressive, her manner at once vivacious and serious.
"Piano Mastery" by Harriette Brower
Mrs. Arnold was a handsome, vivacious, blonde young woman of thirty.
"In the Days of Poor Richard" by Irving Bacheller
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In poetry:

Different the districts; but all in all:
Spirits vivacious, with longings that spur them,
Depths full of song, with billows that stir them,
Folk of the fjord and the sudden squall.
"Romsdal" by Bjornstjerne Bjornson

In news:

The vivacious Edwardian beauty wrote Hollywood screenplays, modeled for soft drink companies, and flew her own airplane over the English Channel.
A site now bursting with messages of condolence, photos of hand-drawn messages etched in sandy beaches, and memories of the young man whose vivacious life was abruptly ended.
Ian MacKinnon is a pleasant, bearded guy in his mid-30s, whose relentlessly vivacious, salacious one-man lecture/carny act, Ian MacKinnon's Gay Hist -Orgy.
Dinah Shore, a vivacious entertainer who was widely loved for her homey , heartfelt singing and breezy Southern charm, died yesterday at her home in Beverly Hills, Calif She was 76.
From painting the inside of cabinets a vivacious color to building storage space into furniture, small details can make even the smallest space feel larger - and pop.
1 is a scherzo of incredible vivaciousness, throwing all three instruments into a lively, virtuosic dance.
When Katharine Hepburn was considered for a key role in a comedy, the question came up: Can this vivacious, romantic star prove also to make people laugh.
Before there were the Three Tenors, a singular soprano made opera accessible to millions with her vivacious smile and distinctly populist charm.
0Tangerine Tango, a vivacious red-orange, has been dubbed Pantone's Color of the Year for 2012.
A vivacious Pinot Grigio tastes like twice the price: Wine of the week.
MarĂ­a Rosa Menocal, a humanities professor known for her work on medieval Spain whose vivacious presence spearheaded a rapid expansion of the Whitney Humanities Center, died Monday of melanoma.
Hopefully all these vivacious vixens will warm us up a bit.
The companion piece for this joyous holiday concert is Vivaldi's vivacious Gloria, a quintessential Baroque experience.
Four words that describe the wedding: Spectacular, unforgettable, vivacious, sentimental.
In 2000, 21-year-old Lucie Blackman, a vivacious British blonde, sick of being a flight attendant and troubled by debt, headed to Tokyo to take a job as a bar hostess.
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