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Adjective
Full of spirit, energy and enthusiasm
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“In a while, the singing started again, and the dances became more animated.”
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Full of activity, movement or life
“Near the harbor is an animated marketplace.”
Adjective
The condition of being alive
“Sensibility is the general phenomenon which constitutes and comprehends the whole existence of an animated being.”
Adjective
Having a joyful or merry nature or atmosphere
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“The girl's mother then came onto the dance floor, and she and older Bedouin became more joyful and animated.”
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Lighthearted or humorous in nature
“She had missed his light-hearted, animated jokes that brightened the otherwise dull routine.”
Adjective
Vivid and bold, especially of color
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“We are creating an interactive light installation that gives students an immersive space for meditation and mindfulness on campus by using animated colors to display visual representations of emotions.”
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Extremely happy and excited
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Significant or extreme in degree or intensity, especially of emotion
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Full of life, spirit, energy, or movement
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Full of, or evocative of, expression or emotion
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Having or showing eagerness or enthusiasm towards doing something
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Causing or creating excitement
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Bold, audacious or showy in behavior or manner
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Given to, or marked by, attention-getting behavior suggestive of stage acting
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Full of feeling and expression as indicated by one's facial movements
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Experiencing a feeling of positivity, satisfaction, or enjoyment
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Made more lively, colourful or modern
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Characteristic of The Walt Disney Company or its productions
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Easily excitable with an excessive amount of energy
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Moving in a quivering or pulsating manner
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Hectic, full of work or activities
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Determined or passionate in one's beliefs, interests or endeavors
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Verb
To have triggered enthusiasm or eagerness
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To have expressed in greater detail
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Past tense for to give inspiration, encouragement, or renewed vigor to
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“Perhaps it is hardships and the thrill of risk that animate life most fully, and perhaps it is freedom that binds.”
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Past tense for to bring (back) to life
“Upon hearing this, the bishop of Hereford, Gilbert Foliot, speculated that God must have given power to an evil angel to animate the dead corpse.”
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Past tense for to give new strength, energy or freshness to
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“I bring you the refreshing draught of Hope, to animate your spirits and restore your strength!”
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Past tense for to fill, infuse or pervade with something or a certain quality
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Past tense for to hold or engage the attention of
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Past tense for to add a quality or feature, especially enliven or make more exciting
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Past tense for to meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone)
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Past tense for to illuminate
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