vim and vigor

vim and vigor

Cliché energy; enthusiasm. Show more vim and vigor! Let us know you're alive. She's sure got a lot of vim and vigor.
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vim and vigor

Ebullient vitality and energy, as in He was full of vim and vigor after that swim. This redundant expression uses both vim and vigor in the sense of "energy" or "strength."
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vim and vigor

n. energy; enthusiasm; moxie. Show more vim and vigor! Let us know you’re alive.
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vim and vigor

Full of vitality and enthusiasm. Here's another redundant phase : “vim” comes from a Latin word for “stength,” while “vigor” means the same thing. But alliteration carries the day, so if you're full of vim and vigor, you're hot to trot and go to go. A similar expression is “piss 'n' vinegar,” the latter word having long been used to mean a sharp vitality.
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I believe most firmly, emphatically, and with all vim and vigor, that the impact of a professor is not based primarily on research and academic work; a professor's long-term legacy is the professional success of his/her students
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Yep, they know the words to this song quite well, understand the meaning of each word, hold their hats over their hearts when singing it, are not embarrassed to enunciate each word with vim and vigor and are the first to shout out their love for our country.
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