Synonyms of exuberant in English:

exuberant


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adjective

1‘exuberant groups of guests were dancing on the terrace’

SYNONYMS
ebullient, buoyant, cheerful, sunny, breezy, jaunty, light-hearted, in high spirits, high-spirited, exhilarated, excited, elated, exultant, euphoric, joyful, cheery, merry, jubilant, sparkling, effervescent, vivacious, enthusiastic, irrepressible, energetic, animated, full of life, lively, vigorous, zestful
informal bubbly, bouncy, peppy, zingy, upbeat, chipper, chirpy, smiley, sparky, full of beans
North American informal peart
US informal turnt
dated gay
literary gladsome, blithe, blithesome
archaic as merry as a grig, of good cheer
ANTONYMS

gloomy

2‘an exuberant coating of mosses’

SYNONYMS
luxuriant, lush, rich, abundant, abounding, superabundant, profuse, copious, plentiful, riotous, prolific, teeming, flourishing, thriving, vigorous
dense, thick, rank, rampant, overgrown, jungle-like
verdant, green
informal jungly
ANTONYMS

meagre, stunted

3‘she flung her arms wide apart in exuberant welcome’

SYNONYMS
effusive, lavish, extravagant, fulsome, expansive, gushing, gushy, demonstrative, exaggerated, dramatic, theatrical, actorly, unreserved, unrestrained, unlimited, wholehearted, generous
excessive, superfluous, prodigal
informal over the top, OTT
ANTONYMS

restrained