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brim with (something)

To exhibit something, such as a trait or emotion, to a great degree. With our trip just days away, the kids are totally brimming with excitement. This song just brims with emotion.
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brimming with something

Fig. full of some kind of happy behavior. The volunteer workers were brimming with goodwill. The smiling children were brimming with joy.
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Though it covers familiar territory (a blend of cancer tearjerker with coming-of-age drama) this engaging US indie flick brims with genuine emotion and compassion as it tells the story of oddball Pittsburgh teen Greg (Mann), who makes parodies of classic films with his buddy Earl (RJ Cyler).
On the plus side, this stylish Los Angeles trio's debut brims with flawlessly updated '80s synthpop grooves.
From where to go tiger-spotting to paying homage to holy sites to learning how to navigate bazaars and much more, Fodor's India brims with over 600 pages full not only of places to go, but tips for blending in and making the most of one's experience when one gets there.
Here, in an encyclopedia that brims with life-long reference value, the student has the whole and complete record of the elements at his fingertips.
Opens Friday THE STARS Thomas Mann, Olivia Cooke THE VERDICT Though it covers familiar territory (a blend of cancer tearjerker with coming-of-age drama) this engaging US indie flick brims with genuine emotion and compassion as it tells the story of oddball Pittsburgh teen Greg (Mann), who makes parodies of classic films with his buddy Earl (RJ Cyler).