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vigor
used in Anne Of Green Gables

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Definition
forceful exertion;
or: active strength of body or mind;
or: an imaginative lively style — especially a style of writing
  • The latter was, as she admitted, growing old, but her black eyes were not dim nor the vigor of her tongue in the least abated.
    Chapter 35 — The Winter at Queen's (61% in)
  • "Anne," she said to that small personage, who was shelling peas by the spotless table and singing, "Nelly of the Hazel Dell" with a vigor and expression that did credit to Diana's teaching, "did you see anything of my amethyst brooch?
    Chapter 14 — Anne's Confession (2% in)

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