vigour vigour

Definition(s):

  1. (n) forceful exertion
  2. (n) active strength of body or mind
  3. (n) an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

Usage(s):

  • I do love the way u take the roles in the movies that you have acted with vigour and passion.

News

  • Old Vs New In The Media Melange | By L. Aruna Dhir

    There has always been a debate between the goodness of Old – the time-tested, comfortable set of practices that have proven their mettle time and again and the value of New – a precocious kid on the block that struts its stuff with vigour and confidence of having been received with open arms. With the former, you have an immense sense of familiarity, a pronounced comfort zone but for the latter ...
    on June 24, 2013     Source: Hospitality Net

Quotes

  1. Pakistan's ambassador to the US, Husain Haqqani, said in a statement that his country is "confronting the menace of terrorism with great vigour."
    on Nov 28, 2008 By: Husain Haqqani Source: 680 News

  2. Speaking to India's CNN-IBN television, Kasuri called the bombing a "terrible act of terrorism" and said "the peace process must go on with greater vigour and greater determination."
    on Feb 19, 2007 By: Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri Source: Canada.com

  3. Commenting on his meeting with Harper, Singh said "our relations with Canada are becoming broad-based and there is a mutual desire on both sides to impart fresh vigour and vitality to them. India and Canada share the same values and there are many...
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Manmohan Singh Source: Hindustan Times

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