Definition of "exuberate" []

  • To be exuberant. (verb-intransitive)
  • Archaic To abound; overflow. (verb-intransitive)

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Use "exuberate" in a sentence
  • "And every time the light turns red on westbound New York in front of Wendy's, people who exuberate over having finally crossed Florida try to beat the light."
  • "Gee Brian I would not expect you to exuberate the over-flowing preponderence of wit thus fully clarifying the ever brilliance that is known as David Lee Roth."
  • "The dance reflects the passion of this vibrant city, with its warm people and neighborhoods that exuberate a European feel."