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having an engaging liveliness — when said of a person, typically said of a female
  • Vivacious, you know, vim and vigor.
    5.6 - Humaniora (12% in)
  • Her nostrils were flared wide, her eyes full of animal life, her features vivacious; she laughed, showing her white teeth, held up one hand—the nails seemed lighter than her skin—to shield her eyes, and waved at the audience with the other.
    5.8 - Danse Macabre (88% in)

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