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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

vi•va•ciousvɪˈveɪ ʃəs, vaɪ-(adj.)

  1. lively; animated; spirited.

Origin of vivacious:

1635–45; < L vīvāx, s. vīvāc- long-lived, vigorous, adj. der. of vīvere to live (see vital ); see -acious

vi•va′cious•ness(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. vibrant, vivacious(adj)

    vigorous and animated

    "a vibrant group that challenged the system"; "a charming and vivacious hostess"; "a vivacious folk dance"

Wiktionary

  1. vivacious(Adjective)

    Lively and animated; full of life and energy.

  2. vivacious(Adjective)

    Long-lived.

  3. vivacious(Adjective)

    Difficult to kill.

  4. Origin: From vivax, from vivo.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Vivacious(adj)

    having vigorous powers of life; tenacious of life; long-lived

  2. Vivacious(adj)

    sprightly in temper or conduct; lively; merry; as, a vivacious poet

  3. Vivacious(adj)

    living through the winter, or from year to year; perennial


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

vivacious(adjective)

lively and bright

She is vivacious and attractive.

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