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exuberant
used in 1776

3 uses
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Definition
joyously unrestrained
  • Among the Virginia gentry who had taken up fox hunting with an exuberance no less than to be found on the country estates of England, Washington stood out.
    p. 47.9
  • "The finest day in the world," wrote an exuberant Archibald Robertson.
    p. 104.9
  • But the exuberance of the moment, or any thoughts that grand pronouncements and the toppling of symbolic monuments were sufficient to change the course of history, were quickly dashed in dramatic fashion three days later, on July 12.
    p. 138.1

There are no more uses of "exuberant" in 1776.

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