The exuberance of the bride and groom on their wedding day showed the depth of their love for each other.
An example of a time when someone might feel exuberance is after the birth of his or her first child.
- the state or quality of being exuberant; great abundance; luxuriance
- an instance of this; esp., action or speech showing high spirits
Origin of exuberanceFrench exúberance from Classical Latin exuberantia from exuberans, present participle of exuberare, to come forth in abundance from ex-, intensive + uberare, to bear abundantly from uber, udder
- The quality or condition of being exuberant.
- An exuberant act, expression, or display: “a solid little boy easily embarrassed by the exuberances of his mother” ( Doris May Lessing )
(countable and uncountable, plural exuberances)