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synonyms for vigor

  • ability
  • agility
  • alertness
  • capability
  • dynamism
  • endurance
  • intensity
  • potency
  • quickness
  • strength
  • urgency
  • vitality
  • action
  • activity
  • bang
  • birr
  • bounce
  • capacity
  • dash
  • drive
  • enterprise
  • exercise
  • fire
  • force
  • get-up-and-go
  • go
  • hardiness
  • healthiness
  • juice
  • kick
  • liveliness
  • lustiness
  • might
  • motion
  • moxie
  • muscle
  • nimbleness
  • pep
  • pith
  • puissance
  • punch
  • push
  • snap
  • sock
  • soundness
  • starch
  • steam
  • tuck
  • vehemence
  • vim
  • well-being
  • zing
  • zip
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antonyms for vigor

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  • apathy
  • clumsiness
  • impotence
  • inability
  • incompetence
  • lethargy
  • weakness
  • dullness
  • idleness
  • immobility
  • inactivity
  • indolence
  • inertia
  • laziness
  • lifelessness
  • powerlessness
  • repose
  • rest
  • enervation
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How to use vigor in a sentence

When budgets tighten, the study found, police tend to pursue civil asset forfeiture with greater vigor.
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Yes, you’d get flak if you voted to raise taxes, but the greatest danger comes from failing to fight the left with sufficient vigor.
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He emphasized youth, vigor and centrist reforms to narrowly defeat his Socialist and Gaullist rivals.
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Some research suggests when people are confronted with information that conflicts with their pre-existing views, they counterargue in their minds with such vigor that they end up with more extreme views than prior to the correction.
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That would bring new vigor to the fight for school choice, starting with DeVos’ $5 billion tax credit to back privately funded school voucher programs, which support students opting out of traditional public schools for private or parochial schools.
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She bathed Madame Ratignolle's face with cologne, while Robert plied the fan with unnecessary vigor.
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Tim says more by the vigor of his smoking than Perry Thomas could express in a year's oration.
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Gunn possessed a purple complexion which attained to full vigor of coloring in the nasal region.
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He possessed a mind of great vigor and enterprise, and was characterized by integrity and amiableness.
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But the new column infused vigor and hope in the hearts of a garrison that had ceased even to despair.
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