vitality

[ vahy-tal-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF vitality

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After all, the conquest of fear is largely a question of vitality.

He was well groomed, of course; healthy, all a-tingle with vitality.

But the Serbians, most of them middle-aged and old men, had spent their vitality.

Slowly but surely this practice is sapping the vitality of the race.

They are without respiration or motion, but still not destitute of vitality.

Peggy sounded interesting'—if nothing else, for her vitality.

Thus, not infrequently, the plant's vitality is seriously drained.

And on deck there are five men with the vitality and the strength of, say, two.

It might still be that she would be able to galvanise him into that lover's vitality, of which she had dreamed.

For myself, I can truly say that the journey had not drawn on my vitality as it had with so many.

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