vigor


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Synonyms for vigor

a quality of active mental and physical forcefulness

Synonyms for vigor

active strength of body or mind

an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

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But the most wonderful thing was, that, as soon as Antaeus was fairly off the earth, he began to lose the vigor which he had gained by touching it.
I had, withal, a sense of exhilaration and vigor altogether unknown to me--a feeling of mental and physical exaltation.
The latter was, as she admitted, growing old, but her black eyes were not dim nor the vigor of her tongue in the least abated.
On the morrow some of the small horses of the Spanish breed, full of vigor and of fire, stood snorting under his windows; but instead of four steeds, here were fifty, together with their riders.
On the esthetic side the romantic traits are also present, though not so aggressively as in the previous period; with romantic vigor the Victorian literature often combines exquisite classical finish; indeed, it is so eclectic and composite that all the definite older terms take on new and less sharply contrasting meanings when applied to it.
who represents in the fullest degree the Victorian vigor and delight in material progress, but is quite untouched by the Victorian spiritual striving.
And she took the Galoshes from his feet; his sleep of death was ended; and he who had been thus called back again to life arose from his dread couch in all the vigor of youth.
There were times, indeed, when the vigor she put into her work was more of a relief to her feelings than it was an ardor to efface dirt--Nancy, in spite of her frightened submission to her mistress, was no saint.
To Konstantin the peasant was simply the chief partner in their common labor, and in spite of all the respect and the love, almost like that of kinship, he had for the peasant-- sucked in probably, as he said himself, with the milk of his peasant nurse--still as a fellow-worker with him, while sometimes enthusiastic over the vigor, gentleness, and justice of these men, he was very often, when their common labors called for other qualities, exasperated with the peasant for his carelessness, lack of method, drunkenness, and lying.
Stelling, who would have "put down" such nonsense with great vigor.
Observa-se que a medida que aumentam as horas de envelhecimento acelerado (artificial), os valores da condutividade eletrica aumentam tambem por causa da maior perda da integridade das membranas celulares e de constituintes celulares (Figuras 7, 8, 9 e 10), afetando negativamente a germinacao e vigor das sementes (Figuras 2, 3, 4, 5).
Plants were classified as good vigor if shrub and tree leaves were displaying appropriate seasonal color and healthy leaf density.
A common psychological tool known as the Profile of Mood States (POMS) is a test composed of 65 questions that assess fatigue, anxiety, depression, vigor, and total mood.
The POMS assesses anxiety, tension, depression, anger, vigor, confusion, and fatigue.
Optimize enhances early-season plant vigor, which gives better plant health and allows fungicides to work better when Asian rust occurs.