Overflowing with enthusiasm
it came from the pacific plate its from Japanese origin tsu- meaning overflowing and nami- meaning wave. Therefore tsunami means overflowing wave.
To keep the North Sea from overflowing the countryside during a storm
Overflowing emotion example- love
It means overflowing.
The phrase should be "brimming with energy". Something brimming is overflowing. So energy is overflowing or seems to be.
exuberance - joyful enthusiasm ; overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval
overflowing; looking like about to pop
only if the stream is 'overflowing' then you can say that its overflowing if not then don't say its 'overflowing'
Sea Green? like the colour of a sea? or looking at something green?
The bucket was overflowing with water due to the tap. This is an example using Overflowing with.