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vibrant

adjective uk   /ˈvaɪ.brənt/ us  
energetic, exciting, and full of enthusiasm: a vibrant young performer a vibrant personality a vibrant city The hope is that this area will develop into a vibrant commercial centre. describes colour or light that is bright and strong: He always uses vibrant colours in his paintings.
vibrancy
noun [U] uk   /-si/ us  
No one can fail to be struck by the vibrancy of New York.
vibrantly
adverb uk   /-li/ us  
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