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exuberant
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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • ’I’m very well indeed, thank you!’ said Lockhart exuberantly, pulling a rather battered peacock-feather quill from his pocket.
  • The Great Hall was filling up fast when they arrived, the talk louder and the mood more exuberant than usual.

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  • People were exuberant with the initial success of the revolution.
  • The dancers are as exuberant as they are talented.

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