|part of speech:
||highly enthusiastic, happily excited, or spirited.
When he heard that he had broken the world record, he was ebullient.The crowd gave an ebullient cheer.The ebullient personality of Theodore Roosevelt made him a popular president.After learning of her promotion, she was in an ebullient mood.
- depressed, gloomy, morose
- similar words:
- cheerful, effervescent, enthusiastic, exuberant, hearty
||bubbling or boiling.
She occasionally stirred the ebullient brew.
||animated, effervescent, light, vivacious, warm
||ebulliently (adv.), ebullience (n.), ebulliency (n.)