Vigour

Word VIGOUR
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Hyphenation N/A
Pronunciations /ˈvɪɡə/

Definitions and meanings of "Vigour"

What do we mean by vigour?

See vigor.

Active strength or force of body or mind; capacity for exertion, physically, intellectually, or morally; force; energy. noun

Strength or force in animal or force in animal or vegetable nature or action; as, a plant grows with vigor. noun

Strength; efficacy; potency. noun

Active strength of body or mind noun

Forceful exertion noun

An imaginative lively style (especially style of writing) noun

Active strength or force of body or mind; capacity for exertion, physically, intellectually, or morally; energy.

Strength or force in animal or vegetable nature or action.

Strength; efficacy; potency.

A small turkish lady that has no social skills. Under extreme condition becomes very violent and can end up in situations where they get themselves into large amounts of debt. Urban Dictionary

A throne of honor borne from spite and anger. Urban Dictionary

When you wank to hard Urban Dictionary

When two highly imbred populations of plants or animals are bred to lower genetic defects therefore increasing fitness. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Vigour

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The word "vigour" in example sentences

Your honesty and vigour is pretty inspiring, and I enjoy your style. ❋ Unknown (2007)

I hasten to assure you that this law no longer is in vigour, so I can safely continue. ❋ Unknown (1997)

The soul of Alleyn seemed to acquire new vigour from the conflict; he fought like a man panting for honour, and certain of victory; wherever he rushed, conquest flew before him. ❋ Unknown (1789)

We remember with a thrill of pride that England produced Shakespeare, but we must also remember that this great Dominion of ours, flung from sea to sea, with a national life as bounding in vigour as it is defective in character, with the stamp of bigness on both its accomplishment and its promise, is without a stage of its own, is without a school of dramatists, is without one dramatic composition in, any way expressive of its wider issues. ❋ Unknown (1932)

For by this proportion it will never fail, but a hundred shall be found excelling in mental vigour, that is, on the hypothesis that, out of fifty that seek and obtain office, one will always be found not less than first-rate, besides others that imitate the virtues of the first-rate, and are therefore worthy to rule. ❋ Unknown (2007)

A vitality, a vigour, which is infectious owing to its strength and intractability and to the paradoxical freedom it possesses as against what is related. ❋ Unknown (1983)

Then it comes to life and continues nourishing itself on this food and on devout meditation until it has attained full vigour, which is the essential point, for I attach no importance to the rest. ❋ Unknown (1921)

Their vigour is an important part of the liveliness of our democracy. ❋ Telegraph Staff (2011)

Events are consistent with my December, 2010, column, which concluded: "While the behaviour of real interest rates suggests that the economic outlook may look better in the U.S. than in Canada, my view is that it will not be characterized by vigour in either country and much of the growth will be inflationary." ❋ GEORGE ATHANASSAKOS (2011)

'I endeavoured to give both to her mind and body a degree of vigour, which is seldom found in the female sex. ❋ Unknown (1792)

He had. already defeated feveral generals of lefs dillindion, and he was then engaged with Metellus Pius, a man of great charader in general, and particularly in war; but age. feemed tp have abated that vigour, which is neceffary ror feizing and making tJie beft advantage of critical occa - fions. ❋ Unknown (1795)

That we may the more readily believe what has been mentioned of the extraordinary abilities of the inhabitants of paradise to taste these pleasures in their height, it is said they will enjoy a perpetual youth; that in whatever age they happen to die, they will be raised in their prime and vigour, that is, of about thirty years of age, which age they will never exceed (and the same they say of the damned); and that when they enter paradise they will be of the same stature with Adam, who, as they fable, was no less than sixty cubits high. ❋ George Sale (1716)

Mahlangu also called on teachers to act with "vigour" against ❋ Unknown (2000)

Thus following the usual pro-Southern arguments, now somewhat perfunctorily given, the bolt against the Government had been shot with all of Roebuck's accustomed "vigour" of utterance [1089]. ❋ Ephraim Douglass Adams (N/A)

The _Times_ continued, even increased, its "vigour" of utterance on the _Trent_, but devoted most of its energy to combating the suggestions, now being made very generally, advocating a recourse to arbitration. ❋ Ephraim Douglass Adams (N/A)

Where Mr. ROOSEVELT blames he blames with a vigour which is overwhelming; where he approves he approves with a resonant zeal and enjoyment. ❋ Various (1898)

Much of the music is noble and dignified in style, and Blondel's air in particular, 'O Richard, O mon roi,' has a masculine vigour which is rarely found in the composer's work. ❋ J. A. [Commentator] Fuller-Maitland (1892)

[Look at that] [vigour] over there, go [careful] ❋ Sventyyyyy (2018)

[The ocean] is as old as time, but it will still [drown you] with [vigour]. ❋ T@nK Ibrahim (2023)

[dude] i [wanked] to vigourous ❋ Danger Dave.com (2005)

Hybrid Vigour in [corn]. ❋ Realist5734 (2021)

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