life and soul of the party

life and soul of the party

Someone who brings a lot of energy and enthusiasm to a social event. Bill is definitely the life and soul of the party—he's currently trying to get everyone up to dance!
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the life and soul of the party

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the life of the party

AMERICAN
COMMON Someone who is the life and soul of the party is very lively and entertaining on social occasions. She was having a very enjoyable time and was clearly the life and soul of the party. Your mother is always the life of the party, isn't she, Leigh? Note: People sometimes replace party with other nouns. He gives the impression of having been the life and soul of the campus.
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the life and soul of the party

a person whose vivacity and sociability makes a party enjoyable.
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the life and ˌsoul of the ˈparty

(British English) very cheerful or enthusiastic: People always expect Jane to be the life and soul of the party.
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