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energetic

(ĕn-ĕr-gĕt′ĭk)
1. Rel. to energy.
2. Full of energy or vigor.
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cried the Grandmother so energetically, and with such an air of menace, that I did not dare refuse the money further.
Sell me the missis," said another soldier, addressing the German, who, angry and frightened, strode energetically along with downcast eyes.
She had even some natural antipathy to that process of self-examination, that perpetual effort to understand one's own feeling, and express it beautifully, fitly, or energetically in language, which constituted so great a part of her mother's existence.
Looking up, her eye was caught by the line of the mountains flying out energetically across the sky like the lash of a curling whip.
It would be a great honor to any one to be his companion," said Dorothea, energetically.
It won't do to begin too energetically, or Rose will be frightened.
In all of which Ernest joined loyally and energetically, though he could not forbear, now and again, from saying, apropos of nothing in particular, "When it comes to powder, chemical mixtures are better than mechanical mixtures, you take my word.
The honor of putting it to the proof was energetically claimed by J.
my dear Glaucon, I said, how energetically you polish them up for the decision, first one and then the other, as if they were two statues.
With a stride, the doctor reached the bed, and seizing her arms worked them energetically, applying what I knew to be artificial respiration.
He continued to smoke energetically, and then went on:
She read Voltaire, and had Rousseau by heart; talked very lightly about divorce, and most energetically of the rights of women.

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