energy[ en-er-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF energy
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He had sat in the background, but he had found both money and energy.
He rose with the blow; all his energy, from wrist to instep, was in that lifting drive.
Then abruptly, the young man spoke with the energy of perfect faith in the woman.
You have health and energy, and you have youth, which I haven't.
The Satanic energy of this outburst proclaims its author, Marlowe.
But after this brief display of energy the Spartans relapsed into their wonted torpor.
And she walked around the room, brave in the return of her energy and her will.
Few could imagine from his modest exterior the latent, fire and energy which burn in his bosom.
And this energy is utilized at one-half the normal engine speed.
His energy and activity throughout the march is described as intense.