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Old English līflīċ.

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Lively (comparative livelier, superlative liveliest)
  1. Full of life; energetic.
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Old English līflīċe.

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Lively (comparative more Lively, superlative most Lively)

Positive
Lively

Comparative
more Lively

Superlative
most Lively

  1. (obsolete) In a lifelike manner; vibrantly, vividly.
    • Patrono:RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene, III.i:
      Him to a dainty flowre she did transmew, / Which in that cloth was wrought, as if it liuely grew.
    • 1603, John Florio, translating Michel de Montaigne, Essays, Folio Society 2006, vol. 1, p. 220-1:
      the Painter Protogenes [...] having perfected the image of a wearie and panting dog, [...] but being unable, as he desired, lively to represent the drivel or slaver of his mouth, vexed against his owne worke, took his spunge, and moist as it was with divers colours, threw it at the picture [...].

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