spirited

spirited
I adjective active, adventurous, alive, animated, avid, bold, brisk, buoyant, dashing, dynamic, eager, ebullient, effervescent, energetic, enthusiastic, exuberant, fervent, fiery, full of life, full of pep, hearty, intense, intrepid, irrepressible, keen, lively, mettlesome, passionate, peppy, sparkling, sprightly, spry, stalwart, undaunted, unrestrained, vehement, venturesome, vibrant, vigorous, vivacious, zealous, zestful II index alert (agile), eager, expeditious, fervent, trenchant, unrestrained (not repressed), volatile

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  • -spirited — [[t] spɪ̱rɪtɪd[/t]] COMB in ADJ GRADED spirited combines with adjectives to describe a person s character, attitude, or behaviour. For example, a mean spirited person behaves in a way that is unkind to other people; a free spirited person behaves …   English dictionary

  • spirited — adjective approving having energy and determination: Raphael is so young and spirited. | a spirited defence/debate: a spirited defence of her decisions see also: high­spirited, low­spirited, mean­spirited, public­spirited …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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