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Ebullience



[ih-buhl-yuh ns, ih-boo l-] /ɪˈbʌl yəns, ɪˈbʊl-/

noun
1.
high spirits; exhilaration; exuberance.
2.
a boiling over; overflow.
n.

1749, from Latin ebullientem, present participle of ebullire (see ebullient + -ence). Related: Ebulliency (1670s).

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