energetic[ en-er-jet-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF energetic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENERGETIC
Inside the house she heard the persistent, energetic sound of hammering.
It was that of Demosthenes, concise, energetic, and commanding.
Just beneath where she sat two men were having a most energetic duel of words.
The pastors, for the most part, are young and energetic men.
For all his iron self-control, it nearly drove the energetic man to violence.
She is large, of what is known as a full complexion, good-hearted and energetic.
She looked so kind, so energetic, and so happy that I flung myself at once into her arms.
Vaillant appeared, looking very pale, but energetic and brave.
Do they make no appeal for immediate, energetic and prohibitory legislation?
Joy beamed upon his face, which was now so open and energetic.