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exuberate

[ig-zoo-buh-reyt] /ɪgˈzu bəˌreɪt/
verb (used without object), exuberated, exuberating.
1.
to be exuberant; superabound; overflow.
Origin of exuberate
late Middle English
1425-1475
1425-75; late Middle English < Latin exūberātus. See exuberant, -ate1
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  • Work is a tonic which exuberates mentally, morally, and physically the man who wisely adjusts himself to it.

    A Fleece of Gold Charles Stewart Given
  • This air is like the cocktail that exuberates but does not intoxicate!

    John Marsh's Millions Charles Klein
British Dictionary definitions for exuberates

exuberate

/ɪɡˈzjuːbəˌreɪt/
verb (intransitive) (rare)
1.
to be exuberant
2.
to abound or grow in profusion
Word Origin
C15: from Latin exūberāre to be abundant; see exuberant
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