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  • n. Plural form of vigor.

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Examples

  • Because all these other things we've done -- even though the CRA, the Community Investment Act, is a nationwide law, it depends still in part on the vigors of the bankers in specific places.

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  • I have since become imbued with certain vigors of, shall we say, an animal-like power.

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  • The sunshine fell from them, too, in scales of light, danced around the spaces enveloping them along with the flecks of eagle-down that floated away from their bodies with the vigors of the dance, floating away from their dark warm bodies, and their jet-blue hair.

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  • As she stood in the crevice, and looked out on the smiling sylvan glory of the scene, as the soft summer breeze caressed her cheeks, and the balsamic air filled her bosom with its gently penetrant vigors, she realized as never before the miracle of life, its goodness and sweet savors.

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  • He realized that it was as well, for though he had lost little time, he felt vitally refreshed, with new vigors to battle in behalf of the girl he loved.

    Heart of the Blue Ridge

  • If he forbears -- instead of being sickened by the stuff, no gentle reader, I venture to predict, will be more keenly and delicately intrigued by the volume's vigors and subtleties.

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  • This parting must be bitter, and he braced himself with all the vigors of his will to combat the weakness that leaped from his soul.

    Within the Law

  • Mary bore in mind constantly the high financier's reliance on the legal adviser competent to invent a method whereby to baffle the law at any desired point, and after judicious investigation she selected an ambitious and experienced Jew named Sigismund Harris, just in the prime of his mental vigors, who possessed a knowledge of the law only to be equalled by his disrespect for it.

    Within the Law

  • She did not pace to and fro in the comfort of physical movement with which the caged beast finds a mocking imitation of liberty: long ago, her physical vigors had been drained under stress of anguish.

    Within the Law

  • He reveled in the belief that his sorely tried body was regenerating its old vigors.

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