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- adv. With intense energy, force or vigor
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a vigorous manner; with vigor; forcibly; with active exertions.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with vigor; in a vigorous manner
I would not say that McCain "vigorously" defended Kerry.
Global investors have piled into developing economies in East Asia as they have rebounded vigorously from the global financial crisis.
That hardly creates incentives for the board to bargain vigorously over CEO compensation.
Oh shoot! I forgot to say the "plant thickly; thin vigorously" advice applies to CARROTS.
She went into the study bathroom and scrubbed all the tile and porcelain vigorously with cleanser and brushes.
D ick Cheney's on the stump again vigorously trashing all opponents of the Bush/Cheney policy of stying in Iraq until, well, who knows.
This flaw, de Man concludes vigorously, is the substitution of ontological for what could well be called formal dimensions of language.
Senators Feingold and McCain vigorously advocated reform.
We returned to our line on this side of Vera, and the siege of San Sebastian was again vigorously resumed.
Their voices waxed stronger day by day; from morning to night they called vigorously; and very lovely they looked as they sat on the branches in their brand-new fluffy suits, with their tails a little spread, and showing the snowy borderings beautifully.
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