/ˈhaɪˈspɪr ɪ tɪd/
characterized by energetic enthusiasm, elation, vivacity, etc.
boldly courageous; mettlesome.
vivacious, bold, or lively
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Gardens must be at once inspiring and conserving, high-spirited and low maintenance.
The result is a high-spirited atmosphere and a cooperative working environment in which new ideas and approaches are encouraged.
Cook exposed the crude ways of the colony with high-spirited humor, and accused the colonists of cheating him.
They present a high-spirited production of live music, comedy, singing and a dazzling array of percussive dance.
His papers include hundreds of high-spirited reports of his artistic progress.