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- noun plural The vitality of good health.
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- noun obsolete, physiology The theorized ‘spirits’ or physiological principles which allowed for sensation and voluntary movement.
- noun obsolete
Liveliness, vivacity, a happy tendency to action.
- noun economics After Keynes (citation 1936, above), the emotional and intuitive factors that drive business decisions whether to make investment gambles.
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