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exuberant

 [eg-zu´ber-ant]
copious or excessive in production; showing excessive proliferation.

ex·u·ber·ant

(ek-zū'bĕr-ănt),
Denoting excessive proliferation or growth, as of a tissue or granulation.
[L. exubero, to abound, be abundant]

exuberant

/ex·u·ber·ant/ (eg-zoo´ber-ant) copious or excessive in production; showing excessive proliferation.

ex·u·ber·ant

(eg-zū'bĕr-ănt)
Denoting excessive proliferation or growth, as of granulation tissue.
[L. exubero, to abound, be abundant]

exuberant

excessive proliferation of tissue, e.g. hypergranulation tissue

exuberant

copious or excessive in production; showing excessive proliferation.
References in classic literature ?
Dick looked at Miss Sally, wondering that she didn't check this uncommon exuberance on the part of Mr Sampson; but as she made no attempt to do so, and rather appeared to exhibit a tacit acquiescence in it, he concluded that they had just been cheating somebody, and receiving the bill.
Whatever gives rise to exuberance (and scientists certainly don't know exactly what it is), this effervescent temperament is not hard to spot in those who have it.
Affirmations: Joyful and Creative Exuberance by Paul Kurtz (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2004), 123 pages, $10.
The Commission argued that this transfer should have taken place 20 years ago had it not been for an irrational exuberance in equity markets.
Still, as any cultural historian will confirm, where optimism has already taken root, exuberance cannot be far away.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Education, Mohammad Atif Sunday urged public officials to perform their duties with dedication and exuberance in greater interest of people.
We have a youthful exuberance about us when it comes to wanting to play a bit, but as the weather closed in we needed to put ball in right areas," Lancaster said.
Lancaster said: "We have a youthful exuberance about us when it comes to wanting to play a bit, but as the weather closed in we needed to put ball in the right areas.
Goodfellow's lawyer Mike Tavendale said: "St Johnstone fans are not renowned for their exuberance at times but he was egged on to do it by friends.
Fletcher claims youthful exuberance can light up a cold night in Aberdeen and help produce a star for the future of Scottish football.
BRECHIN boss Jim Weir has put his side's stunning start down to youthful exuberance and commitment to hard work.
Exuberance is all very fine, I hear you say, but it can lead inexorably to over-exuberance, which is of course a thoroughly undesirable trait, one that eats away like a very hungry caterpillar at the essential fabric of civilisation.