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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]

ex·u·ber·ant

(eg-zū'bĕr-ănt)
Denoting excessive proliferation or growth, as of granulation tissue.
[L. exubero, to abound, be abundant]
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Jamison: First, people who are exuberant tend to take more risks, be more curious and energetic, and seek out new environments to explore.
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Then I heard other stories and stitched them into my story too, and then after many years I am standing in a room after a private Mass and I am thinking that the Mass, stripped to its bones, is a fiercely persistent memoir, a naked meal for a naked carpenter, an act of exuberant joy that he lived and died and lived.
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The firm was far from exuberant about the future, however.