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Synonyms for energy

Synonyms for energy

Synonyms for energy

enterprising or ambitious drive

an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

a healthy capacity for vigorous activity

any source of usable power

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the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States

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For the first time, energy and confidence abandoned the heart of the unfortunate man.
I was passing coal to the firemen, who shovelled it into the furnaces, where its energy was transformed into steam, which, in the engine-room, was transformed into the electricity with which the electricians worked.
By ten o'clock in the morning, so much of my body's energy had I consumed, I felt hungry and snatched a thick double-slice of bread and butter from my dinner pail.
We may say, speaking somewhat roughly, that a stimulus applied to the nervous system, like a spark to dynamite, is able to take advantage of the stored energy in unstable equilibrium, and thus to produce movements out of proportion to the proximate cause.
About all her figure, and especially her head, there was a certain expression of energy, and, at the same time, of softness.
With her customary energy and directness she spoke at once, and spoke first.
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What is needed now is a coherent strategy that deals directly with our fundamental geopolitical dilemma: How to grow our economy while reducing our dependence on imported energy and, over time, carbon-emitting fuels.
Remarkably, this new breed of energy colleges and universities has witnessed a virtual renaissance in energy exploration, process, and logistics.
An equally, and arguably even more, compelling case can be made for strategically laying the groundwork for a hydrogen energy infrastructure that best limits vulnerability to air pollution, energy insecurity, and climate change.
At the same time that a corner of Times Square goes green, governments are cutting back energy funding, and consumers are backsliding into their pre-energy crisis gas guzzling.
With a network of meters reporting to one or more energy-management workstations, corporate energy managers have the tools to identify and monitor energy requirements across the entire enterprise.
New York-Presbyterian, an ENERGY STAR partner since 2003, has been recognized for sustaining smart energy management practices and investments throughout its operations, including a total energy savings of $700,000 through capital improvements and efficient operating strategies.
It's getting at something fundamental in our understanding of gravity, energy, and quantum theory.
Albert Einstein teaches us in his quantum physics that everything is made of energy vibrating at different frequencies.