9 Metaphors for  vivacity

9 Metaphors for vivacity

As Vivacity is the Gift of Women, Gravity is that of Men.

Modesty is our distinguishing Character, as Vivacity is theirs:

I dare say you could in that short time perceive that she is agreeable, but I dare say too that you will agree with me that vivacity is by no means the partage of the Frenchbating the étourderie of the mousquetaires and of a high-dried petit-maítre or two, they appear to me more lifeless than Germans.

His bubbling vivacity was the foundation upon which his charm and his success were built.

She cultivated a taste for reading and reflection; and although the natural vivacity of her disposition was a constant snare in her path, she never lost sight of the purpose she had formed of living for God.

465; 'Depend upon it, Sir, vivacity is much an art, and depends greatly on habit,' ii.

The pianist-who semi-finaled in the 1999 Thelonious Monk Jazz Piano some sharp angularities again when the sax blows back in. "Vivacity" is the word that keeps coming to mind as I listen to Ms. Sung's music.

Gay vivacity and grim determination, the temperament of a Louis XIV, and the soul of a Cromwell, are the crystallizations of these chemical substances acting upon the brain.

I dare say you could in that short time perceive that she is agreeable, but I dare say too that you will agree with me that vivacity is by no means the partage of the Frenchbating the étourderie of the mousquetaires and of a high-dried petit-maítre or two, they appear to me more lifeless than Germans.