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  • vigorous — vigorous, energetic, strenuous, lusty, nervous can all mean having or manifesting great vitality and force. A person or thing is vigorous that has or manifests active strength or force and exhibits no signs of a depletion of the powers associated …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Vigorous — Vig or*ous, a. [Cf. OF. vigoros, F. vigoureux, LL. vigorosus.] 1. Possessing vigor; full of physical or mental strength or active force; strong; lusty; robust; as, a vigorous youth; a vigorous plant. [1913 Webster] Famed for his valor, young, At… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • vigorous — M.E., from Anglo Fr. vigrus, O.Fr. vigorosus, from L. vigere be lively, flourish, thrive (see VIGOR (Cf. vigor)). Related: Vigorously …   Etymology dictionary

  • vigorous — [adj] energetic, powerful active, athletic, ball of fire*, bouncing, brisk, dashing, driving, dynamic, effective, efficient, enterprising, exuberant, flourishing, forceful, forcible, hale, hard driving, hardy, healthy, hearty, intense, lively,… …   New thesaurus

  • vigorous — ► ADJECTIVE 1) strong, healthy, and full of energy. 2) characterized by or involving physical strength, effort, or energy. 3) (of language) forceful. DERIVATIVES vigorously adverb vigorousness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • vigorous — [vig′ər əs] adj. [ME vigerous < OFr < ML vigorosus] 1. living or growing with full vital strength; strong; robust 2. of, characterized by, or requiring vigor or strength 3. forceful or powerful; strong; energetic 4. acting, or ready to act …   English World dictionary

  • vigorous — [[t]vɪ̱gərəs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED Vigorous physical activities involve using a lot of energy, usually to do short and repeated actions. Very vigorous exercise can increase the risk of heart attacks... African dance is vigorous, but full of subtlety …   English dictionary

  • vigorous — adjective Etymology: Middle English vigorous, vigrous, from Anglo French, from vigour Date: 14th century 1. possessing vigor ; full of physical or mental strength or active force ; strong < a vigorous youth > < a vigorous plant > 2. done with… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • vigorous — 01. My mother is very active and [vigorous] even though she is over 90 years old. 02. A regular program of [vigorous] exercise can help to prevent heart disease. 03. He rubbed his hands [vigorously] in front of the fire to warm them. 04. The… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • vigorous — vig|o|rous [ˈvıgərəs] adj 1.) using a lot of energy and strength or determination ▪ Your dog needs at least 20 minutes of vigorous exercise every day. ▪ Environmentalists have begun a vigorous campaign to oppose nuclear dumping in the area. ▪ a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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