Definitions

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  • adj. Having vigour; found especially in compounds.

Etymologies

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From vigour +‎ -ed.

Examples

  • Are you going to treat it as a fresh start, inject a spring to your step and take on the world with new and vigoured confidence?

    Celebrity Haiku Competition: Paul McCartney

  • Are these the iron-vigoured ones that survived the hardships from Baltimore to the Horn, and are fitted to survive anything?

    Chapter 39

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