vim vim  /ˈvɪm/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a healthy capacity for vigorous activity
  2. (n) an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

Usage(s):

  1. That youthful vim and vigor will be directed against a more dangerous enemy in the months ahead.
  2. Conservative America also needs to recover its vim.
  3. With oceans of vim and a tough demeanor, Loesser was known to insult co-writers and directors and blow his top at rehearsals.

News

  • Train Your Brain With Lumosity

    Feeling a little slow-to-go? You might be able to restore some of that mental vim and vigor with the website...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WHNT-TV Huntsville

Quotes

  1. "No, I am putting principle at the top of the list," said Specter, who is 79. "I'm full of vim, vigor and vitality. There are lots of things I want to do."
    on Apr 28, 2009 By: Arlen Specter Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. In June, as rumors swirled about his illness, his pal (and neighbor) Martha Stewart wrote, "He is still full of vim and vigor, he is still Cool Hand Luke to me, and of course, my Butch Cassidy!"
    on Sep 27, 2008 By: Martha Stewart Source: Infos Jeunes France

  3. "He was a great humanitarian and will be sorely missed on both sides of the Tasman," Australian Greens senator Bob Brown told NZPA. "I spent some time with Rod during the New Zealand election campaign and he was hale and hearty, full of vim...
    on Nov 6, 2005 By: Bob Brown Source: The Age

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