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anemic lacking strength, vitality, or spirit. [1/2 definitions]
animal spirits the quality of one who is in high spirits and good health; vitality.
bounce liveliness; vitality. [1/10 definitions]
broken in low vitality; weakened; exhausted. [1/9 definitions]
energy vigor; liveliness; vitality. [1/4 definitions]
enervate to take away the strength or vitality of; weaken.
eviscerate to remove an essential part of; destroy the vitality or essence of. [1/3 definitions]
go to seed to lose one's energy or vitality; deteriorate. [1/2 definitions]
high-powered characterized by great vitality, energy, or force.
impressionism (often cap.) a style of painting, originating in France in the late nineteenth century, directed toward capturing the vitality of a subject through observing the play of colored light and shadow upon it and painting quickly, using short brush strokes and unmixed colors. [1/2 definitions]
invigoration the act of filling with strength, energy, or vitality; stimulation. [2 definitions]
juice (informal) the strength or power that gives vitality or action to something. [1/3 definitions]
juice up (informal) to give more power, vitality, or interest value to.
lackluster lacking brilliance or vitality; dull.
life energy, movement, or vitality. [1/10 definitions]
lifeless lacking vitality; dull; listless. [1/3 definitions]
limp2 lacking strength or vitality; weak; exhausted. [1/2 definitions]
lively full of life or vitality. [1/6 definitions]
living having interest or vitality. [1/10 definitions]
lymphatic lacking in vitality; sluggish. [1/3 definitions]
powerless lacking strength, power, or vitality; ineffectual. [1/2 definitions]