energetically

[ en-er-jet-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF energetically

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It is a manifestation of the Eternal Grace, and never has it overpowered me so energetically as now.

Such a false and cruel generalization must be energetically opposed.

They energetically denied it; they burst out in protestations.

"Now, I'm ready for the Plant, Roger," he said energetically.

"That would be typical of the Sans," agreed Leila energetically.

"And I'll wager I know who did it," exclaimed Mr. Jackson energetically.

"Which tells me you've got your location all down pat," continued Frank, energetically.

They were confident and resolute men, energetically and solidly constituted.

Meanwhile, almost every coast of the Archipelago was energetically ravaged.

It was so effective that M'bisibi, an old man, became most energetically active.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, "powerful," from Greek energetikos "active," from energein "to work, act upon" (see energy). Of persons, "active," in English from 1796 (energetical is from c.1600).

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