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animated

[an-uh-mey-tid]
adjective
1.
full of life, action, or spirit; lively; vigorous: an animated debate on the death penalty.
2.
made or equipped to move or give the appearance of moving in an animallike fashion: animated puppets.
3.
containing representations of animals or mechanical objects that appear to move as real ones do: an animated window display.

Origin:
1525–35; animate + -ed2

animatedly, adverb
nonanimated, adjective
overanimated, adjective
overanimatedly, adverb
semianimated, adjective
unanimated, adjective
unanimatedly, adverb
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animated (ˈænɪˌmeɪtɪd)
 
adj
1.  full of vivacity and spirit; lively
2.  characterized by movement and activity: an animated scene met her eye
3.  possessing life; animate
4.  moving or appearing to move as if alive: an animated display
5.  pertaining to cinematographic animation
 
'animatedly
 
adv

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animated
pp. adj., 1530s, "alive;" see animate. Meaning "mentally excited" is from 1530s; "full of activity" from 1580s. The "moving pictures" sense is attested from 1895; of cartoons from 1897.
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