V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. strength, enthusiasm, and energy of body or mind; 2. capacity for natural growth and survival

Synonyms: force, strength, energy, vitality, intensity, liveliness, verve, dynamism

Antonyms: apathy, lethargy, listlessness, stagnation

Tips: Generally, youth is associated with vigor. Health and strength also represent vigor. The related adjective vigorous describes action done with intensity or forcefulness.

Usage Examples:

Jack LaLanne displayed great vigor for a man of his age. (vitality, liveliness)

His vigorous workouts led him to the state championship. (intense, energetic) adjective

He has so much vigor, I wouldn’t be surprised if he ran this company for another twenty years. (vitality, energy)

The company began to see higher profits after its vigorous restructuring. (forceful, intense) adjective

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