Definition of exuberant:
lavish, profligate, profuse, debauched, plentiful, epicurean, buoyant, full, generous, voluptuary, sparkling, sybaritic, overweening, fascinated, frolicsome, gamesome, joyous, absorbed, liberal, ample, vital, complete, plenteous, spendthrift, lush, plushy, elaborate, copious, high-spirited, bounteous, prodigal, turbulent, happy, dissolute, overflowing, psyched, effervescent, excess, tumultuous, teeming, superabundant, effervescent, crank, opulent, rich, libertine, spirited, vivacious, unrestrained, wired, luxuriant, excessive, abounding, voluptuous, bouncy, degenerate, abundant, alive, plush, happy, unreasonable, succulent, ebullient, adequate, large, uppity, anticipatory, interested, inordinate, undue, sufficient, bountiful, extravagant, degraded, luxurious, replete, big, riotous, troubled, fast, affluent, dynamic, frolic, enough, can't put something down, disruptive, dissipated, gay, bubbly, lucullan.
vigorous (part of speech: adjective)
- "A Damsel in Distress", Pelham Grenville Wodehouse.
This playing on words may be attributed to many causes or motives, as either to an exuberant activity of mind, as in the higher comedy of Shakspeare generally;- or to an imitation of it as a mere fashion, as if it were said- 'Is not this better than groaning?- "Literary Remains, Vol. 2", Coleridge.
- "The Path of Empire A Chronicle of the United States as a World Power, Volume 46 in The Chronicles of America Series", Carl Russell Fish.