TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «EBULLIENCY»
The term «ebulliency» is normally little used and occupies the 147.787
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EBULLIENCY»
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They had extravagant hopes, but also enemies. —John Le Carré, The Mission
Song, 2006. ebullience. (i-BOOL-yence) noun. ebulliency. (i-BOOL-yen-see)
noun. e. edentulous (ee-DEN-choo-les) adjective having no teeth; toothless. I
Robert Hartwell Fiske, 2011
Jazz in Print (1859-1929)
And it is our own not only because bred from the soil, but because it expresses "
our ebulliency, our care-free optimism, our nervous energy and our extravagant
humor." What I understand Mr. Henderson does not claim is that jazz expresses ...
I don't know if you're serious, Mr. Norton, in using such language, or if it is merely
the ebulliency of youth." " ' Ebulliency ' is good. When you begin the day like that,
where do you get to before it goes ? Watson, in all essentials I'm an Athenian ...
World Cultures and World Religions: The Coming Dialogue
The ebulliency which characterized the Prometheus Unbound of China's youth
elite manifested itself in one of the most revolutionary things that could happen
on the background of classical Chinese culture. This is the Pai Hua or Plain ...
The Playwright as a Thinker: A Study of Drama in Modern ...
But one should not overlook what lay behind the ebulliency of these Naturalists. It
is the ebulliency of men who have found something. Perhaps they have not found
what they think they have found. Discoverers nearly always think they have ...
I felt entombed, so isolated was I by the thick walls from rumbling 20th Street
viaduct only yards away. Also, and more oppressively, the heat of summer
seemed to regularly intensify until in time its ebulliency became too entire to ever
The Rose of Sharon: A Religious Souvenir
As to what may be possible to those who have not this vitality and ebulliency of
spirit, upon which I predicate the possibility of spiritual development, and of that
susceptibility of impressions from the beautiful, which is the ground of the love
Illustrated catalogue of narrow-gauge locomotives: adapted ...
... Ebruitons 148 Ebrancadas 189 Ebrulpho 149 Ebrancado 190 Ebucheter 150
Ebranchait 191 Ebudae 151 Ebranchiez 192 Ebulinus 152 Ebranchons 193
Ebulliate □53 Ebranlait 194 Ebullicao 154 Ebranler i95 Ebulliency 155 Ebranliez
Baldwin Locomotive Works, 1900
This is my criterion .of judging the Spirits; and thus it is, because I perceive, and
have been charmed by, the .plaintive querulousness, and sometimes joyous
ebulliency, of his heart, that I now think Charles Lamb worthy of a short notice in
... while the war lasted, and the wind set in shore ;"-— and all, in short, is joy, and
ebulliency. , Distress ! look at the new street which joins the Regent's-park to St. J
ames's; and the new town, which now joins the Regent-street to Hampstead.
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «EBULLIENCY»
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Lee: Celebrate King by working for equality
The other America “constantly transforms the ebulliency of hope into the fatigue of despair.” Lee said the nation has made progress on civil ... «SFBay, Jan 15»
'Call Me Bill'
... his talents were dazzling. “A sort of personal ebulliency sustains me,” he once said in an interview. David Brooks said that “for all of Buckley's ... «National Review Online, Nov 13»
Obama's win meets mixed response with CSU students at Parmalee …
“Right now I can only think of the word 'ebulliency',” said Kenny Young, a senior biochemistry major, “It's pure happiness.” Collegian Writers ... «Rocky Mountain Collegian, Nov 12»
The elusive master of allusion.
“A miracle of ebulliency, gusto, and help,” Joyce called him. It's true that he was flamboyant, immodest, opinionated, tactless, a pinwheel of ... «New Yorker, Jun 08»