Indeed, red — because of its vibrancy and richness — has served as a powerful symbol since the beginning of civilization.
There's a vibrancy that embodies the best values of community and urban life.
There was a kinetic energy, a vibrancy that leapt off the screen that did, indeed, dazzle.
In order to learn to organize his material, he has doubtlessly unconsciously lessened its density and vibrancy for the time being.
Her arm brushed him and the vibrancy of her being sang through him.
Oddly enough, thought of her now filled him with a vibrancy, with a longing.
When they are properly used, their vibrancy is a substitute for any amount of power.
The sounds of the city were deadened here to a dull rumble, while the vibrancy of the autumn afternoon excited his taut nerves.
1550s, "agitated," from Latin vibrantem (nominative vibrans) "swaying," present participle of vibrare "move to and fro" (see vibrate). Meaning "vigorous, full of life" is first recorded 1860. Related: Vibrantly.