Vigor definitions

vĭg'ər
Active physical or mental force or strength; vitality.
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Active or healthy growth.

The vigor of a plant.

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Intensity, force, or energy.

The vigor of her denial.

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Physical or mental strength, energy, or force.

Our vigor was depleted by the hot weather.

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Effective legal or binding force; validity.

A law that is still in vigor.

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The capacity for natural growth and survival, as of plants or animals.
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Strong feeling; enthusiasm or intensity.

Argued his point with great vigor.

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Physical or mental strength, energy, or force.

Our vigor was depleted by the hot weather.

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The capacity for natural growth and survival, as of plants or animals.
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Vigor is defined as strength and health.

An example of vigor is the vitality of a strong young man.

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US spelling of vigour.
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Origin of vigor

Middle English from Old French from Latin from vigēre to be lively weg- in Indo-European roots