full of life, action, or spirit; lively; vigorous:
an animated debate on the death penalty.
made or equipped to move or give the appearance of moving in an animallike fashion:
containing representations of animals or mechanical objects that appear to move as real ones do:
an animated window display.
“i think that would be a great idea,” berman responds, animatedly.
the last liberal? tunku varadarajan may 25, 2010
“they came in their own carriage, too,” said the sister, animatedly.
the wit and humor of america, volume vi. (of x.) various
“she’s no slouch of a scribe neither,” continued corbin animatedly.
colonel starbottle’s client and other stories bret harte
at dinner she talked to him so animatedly (and so personally) that no one else could get a word in edgewise.
the vehement flame margaret wade campbell deland
now, said burton animatedly, consider what zip has had to do.
the boy patrol around the council fire edward sylvester ellis
in circles like his, the equalization of the jews with the other citizens was animatedly discussed, by partisans and opponents.
jewish literature and other essays gustav karpeles
“i am not so simple as not to be able to make a distinction,” replied piotr animatedly.
the created legend feodor sologub
the look of his eyes was resolute, calm, and animatedly alert, as never before.
war and peace leo tolstoy
as harley remained silent, the old lady ran on animatedly, but harley was no longer listening.
fire-tongue sax rohmer
four lawyers softly but animatedly conversed with the prisoners.
mother maksim gorky
full of vivacity and spirit; lively
characterized by movement and activity: an animated scene met her eye
possessing life; animate
moving or appearing to move as if alive: an animated display
pertaining to cinematographic animation
1530s, “alive,” past participle adjective from animate (v.). meaning “mentally excited” is from 1530s; “full of activity” from 1580s. the “moving pictures” sense is attested from 1895; of cartoons from 1897. related: animatedly.
a person or thing that . an artist who draws cartoons. contemporary examples an installation by south african animator william kentridge, vaguely on the subject of time, recalls 1920s expressionist theater. the art exhibition doc-menta contains almost too much good art to experience blake gopnik june 8, 2012 i wanted to be an animator when […]
the attribution of consciousness to inanimate objects and natural phenomena. historical examples animatism, the animation theory of seemingly inanimate nature, is a further subdivision which also includes animatism and animism. totem and taboo sigmund freud what truth there was in that doctrine is fully covered by animatism. the origin of man and of his superst-tions […]
animated; lively. abbreviation: anim. historical examples the feeling of unrest is here augmented until it becomes almost painful, and not until the animato does a restful feeling come. piano mastery harriette brower adjective, adverb (music) (to be performed) in a lively manner
- Ibn arabi
(“animator of the religion”) 1165–1240, islamic philosopher, theologian, and mystic.
(used with a singular verb) the technology connected with the use of electronics to animate puppets or other figures, as for motion pictures. contemporary examples i think what they ought to do is start now and spend the next year building an animatronic bob hope. the oscars: bring back bob hope michael tomasky february 24, […]