The quality or condition of being exuberant. (noun)
An exuberant act or expression. (noun)
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Use "exuberance" in a sentence
"The word exuberance has appeared in 250 New York Times articles in the past year, including on Oct. 9 in the Bats blog post "Cardinals Take On the Beast" by Pat Borzi:"
"Learn more about the word "exuberance" and see usage examples across a range of subjects on the Vocabulary.com dictionary."
"Ten-year yields set a record low this week as investors snapped up Treasuries on signs of slowing growth and a widening debt crisis in Europe, undeterred by Standard & Poor's decision to downgrade the U.S. Bill Gross at Pacific Investment Management Co. said in a Twitter posting that investors should "be leery" of what he called "exuberance" that sent stocks up and bonds down yesterday."