Synonyms for Animation:
n.cut, dash, oomph, peppiness, pep, cutting room, dub out, zip, dub in, vivaciousness, bounce, ginger, vivacity, dub over, dub, lan, cutaway, direct, pertness, esprit, direction, sparkle. might, get-up-and-go, steam, chick flick, costume drama, biopic, buddy movie, anime, chiller, blue movie, force, B movie, cartoon, go. color, fascination, novelty, spark, bite, mystery, buzz. •action (noun)
energy, business, enterprise, performance, stirring, liveliness, movement, action, exercise, motion, agility, kinetics, activity, conduct.
life, spiritedness, invigoration, vitality, living, brio, aliveness, vivification, liveliness.
electrification, disquietude, exhilaration, stimulation, turbulence, fire, inflammation, anxiety, fervor, furor, attentiveness, feverishness, arousal, effervescence.
•high spirits (noun)
euphoria, exaltation, elation, inspiration, lift, uplift, Elatedness, happy.
vitality, life, creation, nature, lifeblood, life force.
•liveliness; activity (noun)
sprightliness, vitality, sparkle, oomph, enthusiasm, energy, life, zeal, zip, esprit, vivacity, spirit, vim, excitement, verve, passion, exhilaration, fervor, zest, brio, action, vigor, dash, pep, elation, bounce.
industriousness, excitement, sprightliness, fervency, potency, gusto, zest, exuberance, relish, eagerness, Ardency, enthusiasm, zeal, strength, puissance, passion, friskiness, earnestness, verve, lustiness, spirit, vim, vigor, agitation, power.
chiller, vivaciousness, oomph, anime, dub over, chick flick, costume drama, B movie, spark, buddy movie, cutaway, ginger, dub in, blue movie, dub out, peppiness, cutting room, biopic. novelty, sparkle, get-up-and-go, steam, pertness, fascination, esprit, zip, pep. cartoon, dub, color, mystery. might, bite. direct, force, direction. buzz. cut. •high spirits
Elatedness, euphoria, elation, uplift, inspiration, exaltation.
Usage examples for animation
When discovered, it seemed at first, as must naturally be supposed, in a very torpid state; but it soon recovered animation and activity, and, as if sensible of the blessings of freedom, made its way to a collection of stones, and disappeared. – The Romance of Natural History, Second Series by Philip Henry Gosse