Example sentences for: ebullient

How can you use “ebullient” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • I suppose I invoked them because they represent such wildly divergent sensibilities--one populist, the other defiantly highbrow--and both were united in a kind of ebullient loathing of this poor picture.

  • Hillary was described as more ebullient, and was quoted by everyone as saying, "Both Bill and I have felt throughout this whole thing that it would turn out fine."

  • Newsweek 's ebullient cover story calls Hillary Clinton "the hottest commodity in American public life," urging her to run because: 1) She has sacrificed enough of her own ambitions for her husband's career; 2) she's a born policy wonk; and 3) it would strengthen the Clintons' marriage.

  • In the winter, the pool becomes a skating rink and the focus for ebullient celebrations on New Year’s Eve.

  • The NYT describes an "ebullient" Gore and immediately points up the contrast with his 1988 presidential campaign when he skipped the caucuses, calling them "madness," and referred to "the small state of Iowa."

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