from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The energy characteristic of a stationary state of a physical system, especially a quantum mechanical system.
- n. The stationary state of a quantum mechanical system.
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- n. any of the discrete stable energies that a quantum mechanical system (such as the electrons of an atom) can have
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- n. a definite stable energy that a physical system can have; used especially of the state of electrons in atoms or molecules
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My energy level was up, and I wasn�t even hungry, an apparent side effect of the Acai Berry which curbs the appetite.
Montez had used the word campus, and strangely enough, the academic analogy seemed superficially fitting—wide, bright corridors teeming with young people and bustling with activity, the energy level reminiscent of a university during registration week.
But as time passed, Estelle refused to let the subject lie, and Amanda answered her concern with pointed comparisons between her own energy level and that of Estelle’s layabout husband, Herb.
Increase your energy level and make your lunchtime or any break time active.
Her energy level continued to soar, making her fifty-hour workweek much easier and more enjoyable.