In the glass, this translates into liveliness on the palate and flavors with pinpoint clarity and persistence.
He writes with great historical knowledge, insight and liveliness.
She is the incarnation of the pride and liveliness and imaginative exuberance that permit the poor to live.
Yet there is little of the liveliness of a game in their mode of treating the subject.
Clemence, on the contrary, seemed to increase in amiability and liveliness.
Both were proofs that Erasmus had lost nothing of his liveliness and wit.
He was, unlike Napoleon, “thoroughly French in character, possessing all the liveliness and talkativeness of that people.”
Only Old Brooks could rouse the Cornal to some spirit of liveliness.
This proceeds from its simplicity, its liveliness, and its ready accommodation to dancing and music.
Her letter had seemed to have a liveliness derived from other thoughts than thoughts of him.