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  • Uncle Pumblechook, sensible of having deserved well of his fellow-creatures, said,—quite vivaciously, all things considered,—"Well, Mrs. Joe, we’ll do our best endeavors; let us have a cut at this same pie."
  • There was a stage, that evening, when she spoke collectedly of what had happened, though with a certain terrible vivacity.
  • Not that Trabb’s boy was of a malignant nature, but that he had too much spare vivacity, and that it was in his constitution to want variety and excitement at anybody’s expense.

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  • She’s a charming and vivacious hostess.
  • a vivacious account of Ravel’s Violin Sonata

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