Meaning of high-spirited in English:

high-spirited

Pronunciation /ˌhʌɪˈspɪrɪtɪd/

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adjective

  • Lively and cheerful in behaviour or mood.

    ‘high-spirited holidaymakers’
    • ‘high-spirited victory celebrations’
    • ‘I saw an altogether different person, a high-spirited, hard-working creative filmmaker, interacting with his stars and staff.’
    • ‘The show was big, generous, inclusive and high-spirited.’
    • ‘Relations between members were informal, often tense, and their debates were certainly high-spirited.’
    • ‘He became a movie legend by thrilling audiences with his high-spirited adventures, roguish charm, and dashing good looks.’
    • ‘The sea seemed to reflect my mood: high-spirited and cheerful.’
    • ‘More than 6,000 people took to the streets of Dublin at the weekend in a high-spirited and colourful celebration.’
    • ‘Over 300 people attended the ceremony, which was followed by a high-spirited barbecue.’
    • ‘He was caught up in the high-spirited behaviour.’
    • ‘She was a very competitive and high-spirited child.’
    • ‘The high-spirited crowd was then entertained by two big bands.’