The ebullient Pascal has long been known as the talent-friendliest executive in the business.
The once ebullient master of the universe finds himself in an almost comical perfect storm.
But America was always mad in its innocence, conspiracy-fraught, conflict-driven, ebullient, boisterous and bad.
An ebullient former accountant with a fondness for bowties, he was known as “Seanie Fitz” to his many social acquaintances.
Young men in keffiyehs, middle-aged folks with backpacks, and ebullient women marched around the Wall Street Bull.
As he stood beside the bridal pair he seemed almost too festive, too estival, too ebullient for this poor earth of ours.
As a primary step he was obliged to suppress his ebullient brother-in-law.
The ebullient kettle kept lifting its lid in growing impatience.
Strangely enough the voice, though well-known, seemed to have a sobering effect on all these ebullient tempers.
In the ebullient period it is chiefly distinguished by head-dress and the total abolition of stays.