full of life


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full of life

Vibrant; energetic; spirited. Elise is so full of life that you can't help but have a good time when you're with her. If anyone is going to go door-to-door for our cause, I think it should be Izzie, since she's so bubbly and full of life—everyone will love her.
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The Government launched Full of Life to change attitudes about ageing and the elderly.
I often saw them playing in the back garden and they were so full of life.
Teachers facing middle-school boys who wouldn't be caught dead reading poetry might find Koertge a life-saving ally in convincing boys that poetry can be full of life (lives like theirs) and accessible.
Without much action, they ensure that even the quietest moments are full of life.
THE jury in the Geraldine Palk murder trial have heard how the 26-year-old was a popular and bubbly person, who was full of life.
Someone viv acious is full of life and is lively and energetic.
He was full of life and the world has lost a little gem.
Hundreds of mourners turned out yesterday to say farewell to the pony-tailed little girl who was always so full of life.
He was full of life, loved boxing - he was first on the floor and last off it.
2 : full of life and energy <At 80, he's still an active and vital man.