Synonym: dynamism, energy, heartiness, muscularity, vigor, vim, zip. Similar words: dig out, vigorous, vigorously, go up, vigil, ring out, hangout, hang out. Meaning: n. 1. forceful exertion 2. active strength of body or mind 3. an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing).
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2 A brief rest restored the traveller's vigour.
3 His health and vigour were unimpaired by a stroke.
4 They set about their work with youthful vigour and enthusiasm.
5 She has the vigour and radiance of someone young enough to be her grand-daughter.
6 She was full of vim and vigour .
7 She does her work with tremendous vigour.
8 At 87,(www.Sentencedict.com) Minna's still full of vim and vigour.
9 A brief rest restored the traveler's vigour.
10 He began working with renewed vigour .
11 Martin attacked his meal with vigour.
12 His book is written with considerable vigour.
13 A succinct style lends vigour to writing.
14 She was a wonderful, bubbly girl, full of vigour.
15 He worked with renewed vigour and determination.
16 This law is still in vigour.
17 He bounded up the step with vigour.
18 She attacked both political parties with equal vigour.
19 These young people are full of vigour, but fail in carefulness.
20 His body lacks the bounce and vigour of a normal two-year-old.
21 He hardened with youthful vigour after three years' army life.
22 Surely, they feel, youthful vigour should outgun out-of-date prudery.
23 Instead, it generated excitement and renewed vigour.
24 His vigour and passion impressed me.
25 He began to do so with a desperate vigour.
26 She attacked the computer keyboard with renewed vigour.
27 He returned to work with a sense of renewed vigour after his holiday.
28 The government gave assurances that the enquiry would be pursued with vigour.
29 At 40, he was in his prime and full of vigour.
30 He set to his task with renewed vim and vigour.
More similar words: dig out, vigorous, vigorously, go up, vigil, ring out, hangout, hang out, navigate, vigilant, vignette, bring out, vigilance, holding out, working out, analogous, circumnavigate.