Word – Ebullient
Ebullient – Word of the Day
[adj]: cheerful and full of energy.
: (of liquid or matter) boiling or agitated as if boiling.
History dates back to the late fifteenth century, roughly in the 1590s. Debated of Latin origin.
From Latin ebullientem.
The meaning of enthusiasm was documented from 1660.
Adverb examples – ebulliently:
1. Tina spoke ebulliently in the meeting which impressed the clients.
2. Tom, who was generally shy, spoke ebulliently last thursday.
3. Sita walked up the podium and received the first prize ebulliently.
4. The boss spoke ebulliently which inspired his employees.
5. The sculptor admired his creation ebulliently.
6. Much to the happiness of the mother, the child crawled ebulliently.
7. The captain played ebulliently when he knew that his team was going to win.
Adjective examples – ebullient:
1. Tina was ebullient in the meeting which impressed the clients.
2. Tom, who was generally shy, became unusually ebullient last thursday.
3. Sita was ebullient on receiving the first prize.
4. The ebullient boss radiated positivity which inspired his employees.
5. The sculptor was ebullient on seeing his creation.
6. The mother became ebullient on seeing her child crawl for the first time.
7. The captain of the team became ebullient when he sensed that his team would win.
Noun examples – ebullience:
1. Tina’s ebullience impressed the clients.
2. Tom’s unusual ebullience surprised everybody.
3. Sita’s ebullience on winning the prize was obvious
4. The ebullience of the boss radiated positivity which inspired his employees.
5. The sculptor was filled with ebullience on seeing his creation.
6. Jim noticed the ebullience on his wife’s face.
7. The captain’s ebullience was noted by the audience.