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Noun: vigor  vi-gur
Usage: US (elsewhere: vigour)
  1. Forceful exertion
    "he plays tennis with great vigor";
    - energy, vigour [Brit, Cdn], zip [informal]
  2. Active strength of body or mind
    - vigour [Brit, Cdn], dynamism, heartiness
  3. An imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)
    "his writing conveys great vigor";
    - energy, muscularity, vigour [Brit, Cdn], vim

Derived forms: vigors

Type of: force, forcefulness, life, liveliness, spirit, sprightliness, strength

Encyclopedia: Vigor, Simon