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lively

(of a boat or ship) readily responsive to the helm
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Fulford said: "He has been looking lively in training but needs games under his belt.
Battling Bala had their moments, looking lively on the break as early as the first minute, with TNS keeper Paul Harrison tipping a Ross Jefferies shot away for a corner.
Asked for his views of the game, Robson said: "I thought the lads were looking lively and confident before the first goal went in."
To add to that, James Vaughan is close to fitness, Tim Cahill has had two impressive comeback games and Aiyegbeni Yakubu is at last looking lively and enthusiastic and showed at Derby County just what a good finisher he is.
Although the visitors had the early possession - with Martin Bullock and David Beresford looking lively on the wings - they were less convincing in front of goal as Kevin McIntyre and Tony Barras missed when well placed.
Strikers Damian Spencer and Kayode Odejayi were looking lively, but showing little sign of breaking down the Burnley defence.
The 29-strong team has been looking lively out on the pitch thanks to a streak of wins, culminating in an unbeaten season last year.
Rangers doubled their lead just after the break, but Vernon-Cook and Coates were still causing problems and when Bell pulled one back from a Ptohopoulos cross, it looked like Wovlo had found a way back into the game with substitutes Cone and Lowe looking lively and Bennett making a string of fine saves.