Synonym: vitality. Similar words: pervert, perverse, observer, perversity, strain every nerve, serve, nerve, nerves. Meaning: [vɜrv / vɜːv-] n. an energetic style.
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1. Cziffra played the Hungarian dances with great verve.
2. She delivered her speech with tremendous wit and verve.
3. Rosa wrote with great verve.
4. Pat has a remarkable verve for life.
5. The Verve set features 42 alternate and unfinished takes, while the Blue Note set consists entirely of previously released material.
6. The performance lacked verve.
7. Louisans give with unusual verve, often opting for the avant garde.
8. But the upbeat, booster verve that had brought the parliament together would not be derailed.
9. As we stumble in, Mad Richard from Verve is inadvertently pulling down chunks of the ceiling.
10. He was amazed to experience his old verve this morning[http://sentencedict.com], enough to give him something more than just gumption.
11. The audience rose to his verve and wit.
12. It was a performance of verve and vitality.
13. What happened to personality, verve and humor?
14. He was almost fizzing with combat verve.
15. That magazine has a lot of verve.
16. Unique design with verve endows the building group a large , stately residence, modernized and simple style.
17. He looked for the dramatic, like the sunset in this painting, and painted it with great verve.
18. Later, when at grammar school, I played most sports with schoolboy verve.
19. Bartolo, sung by baritone Jamie Offenbach, was one of the few roles sung with verve.
20. Clearly the criterion for survival has little to do with narrative verve alone.
21. Scorsese's catches the delirium of Henry's formative years with mesmerising verve.
22. Stewart and Jones have produced something extremely rare - a computer instruction manual written with verve, life and humour.
23. That the evening could still be counted a success was partly down to the attack and verve of the Liverpool Philharmonic Choir.
24. Joe quickly gained a reputation as a Washington host of verve and style.
25. I wanted him to run in more directly, with his old verve.
26. Apart from some relentless over-amplification, the music, directed by Ashit Desai, emerges with enormous verve.
27. When he died at 70 in 1970 Jeanson had lost none of his verve or punch.
28. The first black mayor of the city once represented progress, enthusiasm and verve.
29. It is moreover a book of astonoshing wit and verve.
30. To face of the live, we must have the decisive determination and the never regretted verve.
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