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ebullience (n.)

1749, from Latin ebullientem (nominative ebulliens) "a boiling, a bursting forth, overflow," present participle of ebullire "to boil over" (see ebullient). Related: Ebulliency (1670s), ebullition (c. 1400).

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Definitions of ebullience

ebullience (n.)
overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval;
Synonyms: exuberance / enthusiasm
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