Meaning of vivaciously in English:

vivaciously

Pronunciation /vɪˈveɪʃəsli/ /vʌɪˈveɪʃəsli/

Translate vivaciously into Spanish

adverb

See vivacious

‘‘Good heavens,’ she chirped vivaciously, ‘what a grand night!’’
  • ‘His landscapes possess a palpable, lively freshness that is both delicate and vivaciously atmospheric, and his subtle, innovative use of line and colour, suffused with a buoyant luminescence, is captivating.’
  • ‘Piercing blue eyes glare from under thick, black lashes while naturally rosy cheeks appear vivaciously stark against elegant, pale ivory skin.’
  • ‘Two young girls were dancing vivaciously twirling spectacular scarves of sapphire and pink.’
  • ‘Lebanese people usually sit close together and interact vivaciously.’