16th June 2020

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What word means full of life?

Similar words for full of life:
lively (adjective) spirited (adjective) vivacious (adjective) well-preserved (adjective) youthful (adjective)

Hereof, what do you call someone who lives life to the fullest?

My answer: One word is "biophile", from "biophilia" (from Greek bíos, life and philía, attraction, love), a term that was first used by Erich Fromm, who defined it it as "the passionate love of life and of all that is alive."

Secondly, what do you call someone who lives in a place?

A resident is someone who lives somewhere particular, or a doctor-in-training who takes care of the patients at a hospital under the supervision of other doctors. You are a resident of wherever you live — your house, town, planet.

What is an energetic personality?

Energetic Doers are cheerful and spontaneous persons. They are charming and full of energy and real persons of action. They keep a clear head and the overview even in difficult situations. This makes them popular problem solvers. Their ability of being able to absorb and process information is phenomenal.

How do you describe a feisty person?

Feisty is a word for someone who is touchy or quarrelsome. It can also mean "showing courage or determination." If you're huffy or thin-skinned, you're feisty. Feisty people often seem to be itching for a fight.
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