Definition of Liveliness in English :

Define Liveliness in English

Liveliness meaning in English

Meaning of Liveliness in English

Pronunciation of Liveliness in English

Liveliness pronunciation in English

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Liveliness

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Noun

1. animation, liveliness

general activity and motion

2. life, liveliness, spirit, sprightliness

animation and energy in action or expression

Example Sentences:
'it was a heavy play and the actors tried in vain to give life to it'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Liveliness

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adjective -lier or -liest
1. 
full of life or vigour
2. 
vivacious or animated, esp when in company
3. 
busy; eventful
4. 
characterized by mental or emotional intensity; vivid
5. 
having a striking effect on the mind or senses
6. 
refreshing
a lively breeze
7. 
springy or bouncy or encouraging springiness
a lively ball
8. 
(of a boat or ship) readily responsive to the helm
adverb also: livelily
9. 
in a brisk manner
step lively
10.  look lively

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Liveliness

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adjectiveWord forms: ˈlivelier or ˈliveliest
1. 
full of life; active; vigorous
2. 
full of spirit; exciting; animated
a lively debate
3. 
showing or inspiring liveliness; cheerful
4. 
moving quickly and lightly, as a dance
5. 
brisk
a lively breeze
6. 
vivid; keen; intense
lively colors
7.  US
bounding back with, or having, great resilience
a lively ball
adverbWord forms: ˈlivelier or ˈliveliest
8. 
in a lively manner

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Liveliness

see synonyms of liveliness
adj. live·li·er, live·li·est
1.
a. Full of energy or alertness; vigorous or animated: a lively baby; lively eyes.
b. Characterized by much activity or excitement: "You would have ... indulged in the rides, games and fast food on the lively boardwalks" (Sarah Milstein). See Synonyms at active.
2.
a. Quick-paced: a lively tune.
b. Full of flavor or spice: a lively sauce.
c. Stimulating and invigorating: a lively breeze.
3. Rebounding readily upon impact; resilient: a lively tennis ball.
adv.
With energy or vigor; briskly: Step lively!

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