manly+vigor

  • 1vigor — vigor, vim, spirit, dash, esprit, verve, punch, élan, drive can all denote a quality of force, forcefulness, or energy. Vigor implies a strength that proceeds from a fundamental soundness or robustiousness or a display of energy or forcefulness… …

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  • 2unnerve — transitive verb Date: 1601 1. to deprive of courage, strength, or steadiness 2. to cause to become nervous ; upset • unnervingly adverb Synonyms: unnerve, enervate, unman, emasculate mean to deprive of strength or vigor and the capacity for… …

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  • 3potency — Synonyms and related words: amperage, armipotence, ascendancy, authoritativeness, authority, beef, birr, black power, brute force, capability, carnality, charge, charisma, charm, clout, cogence, cogency, coldness, compulsion, consequence, control …

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  • 4virility — Synonyms and related words: adulthood, adultness, age of consent, amperage, armipotence, authority, beef, black power, brute force, charge, charisma, clout, cogence, cogency, compulsion, dint, drive, driving age, duress, effect, effectiveness,… …

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  • 5virility — n 1. masculinity, maleness, manfulness, manliness, manhood; machismo, sexiness, animal magnetism; potency, manly vigor, virileness. 2. vigor, lustiness, hardiness, vitality, robustness, power, force, thews, might, main; strength, powerfulness,… …

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  • 6unman — transitive verb Date: circa 1600 1. to deprive of manly vigor, fortitude, or spirit 2. castrate, emasculate Synonyms: see unnerve …

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  • 7virility — noun Date: 1586 the quality or state of being virile: a. manhood 3 b. manly vigor ; masculinity …

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  • 8virility — n. 1. Manhood, maturity. 2. Masculinity, masculineness, male energy. 3. Manliness, manly vigor, masculine force …

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  • 9male — 1. adjective it s his male jealousy, which is nearly always unfounded Syn: masculine, virile, manly, macho; red blooded Ant: female 2. noun two males walked past See man 1. 1) •• male, manful, manly, mannish, masculine, virile We speak …

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  • 10male- — a combining form meaning evil, occurring in loanwords from Latin: malediction. Cf. mal . [ L; see MAL ] * * * male «mayl», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a man or boy; male human being. Males belong to the sex that, when mature, produce sperm. 2. any… …

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  • 11male´ness — male «mayl», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a man or boy; male human being. Males belong to the sex that, when mature, produce sperm. 2. any animal of the same sex as a man or boy. A rooster is a male. 3. a) a flower having a stamen or stamens but no… …

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  • 12virile — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. manly, masculine, macho; vigorous, potent; fully sexed. See strength, vigor. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Manly] Syn. masculine, potent, manly, macho; see male , manly , masculine 2 . 2. [Forceful]… …

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  • 13Strength — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Degree of power. < N PARAG:Strength >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 strength strength Sgm: N 1 power power &c. 157 Sgm: N 1 energy energy &c. 171 Sgm: N 1 vigor vigor force Sgm: N …

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  • 14vigorous — vigorous, energetic, strenuous, lusty, nervous can all mean having or manifesting great vitality and force. A person or thing is vigorous that has or manifests active strength or force and exhibits no signs of a depletion of the powers associated …

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  • 15virile — [vir′əl; ] chiefly Brit [, vir′īl΄] adj. [L virilis < vir, man: see WEREWOLF] 1. of, belonging to, or characteristic of an adult man; manly; male 2. having manly strength or vigor; forceful 3. of or capable of copulation; sexually potent SYN.… …

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  • 16vir|ile — «VIHR uhl», adjective. 1. of, belonging to, or charactistic of a man; manly; masculine. 2. full of manly strength or masculine vigor. 3. having to do with or capable of procreation. 4. Figurative. vigorous; forceful. ╂ …

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  • 17stalwart — adj 1. stout, sturdy, rugged, hefty, husky, burly, Scot, and North Eng. stiff, solid, iron, Inf. tough as nails, Inf. hard as rock; able bodied, able, athletic, sinewy, well knit; muscular, muscled, well muscled, full muscled, brawny, strapping,… …

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  • 18sturdy — adj 1. stalwart, stout, rugged, hefty, husky, burly, iron, solid, tough, yeomanly, Scot. buirdly, Scot, and North Eng. stiff, Inf. tough as nails, Inf. hard as rock; muscular, muscled, well muscled, full muscled, strong, brawny, strapping, broad… …

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  • 19male — [māl] adj. [ME < OFr male, masle < L masculus < mas (gen. maris), a male, man] 1. designating or of the sex that fertilizes the ovum of the female and begets offspring: biological symbol, ♂: cf. FEMALE 2. of, characteristic of, or… …

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  • 20vi|ril|i|ty — «vuh RIHL uh tee», noun, plural ties. 1. manly strength; masculine vigor. 2. manhood. 3. Figurative. vigor; forcefulness …

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