from the Latin word, 'bullire', meaning "to bubble up"
- boiling, agitated, enthusiastic
German: Ã¼berschwenglich, Ã¼bersprudelnd
Marina's oddly ebullient words seemed to come to her slow as balloons. - "Middle Age : A Romance" (2001) by w:Joyce Carol Oates|Joyce Carol Oates (Fourth Estate, paperback edition, 233)