vigor

Part of speech: noun

Active strength; force; energy.

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Usage examples "vigor":

  1. The man who is dead was in the full vigor of his life. - "Phemie Frost's Experiences", Ann S. Stephens.
  2. The whole scope of the New- Light philosophy is, by the vigor of this thing principle, as I have defined it, to keep the Whigs down and our modern school of New- Light Democrats up. - "Quodlibet", John P. Kennedy.
  3. Remember that it is her only haven of rest, and have it restful, if only for selfish reasons, for renewed bodily vigor means well- done work and a made- over disposition. - "The Complete Home", Various.