Word of the Day: Vivacious

/vīˈvāSHəs/, adjective: 1. lively in temper, conduct, or spirit; sprightly “Without books I would not have become a vivacious reader, and if you are not a reader you are not a writer.” Ken Follett, 1949 – “Modesty, is the graceful calm virtue of maturity; bashfulness, the charm of vivacious youth.” Mary Wollstonecraft, 1759 -1797 2. (especially of a woman) attractive for her lively, outgoing and animated nature “Women can be vivacious. We are allowed more varieties of facial expression and gestures. Men must be rock-like.” Gloria Steinem, 1934 –