vigor στα Ουκρανικά
“Yes,” answered Cedric with vigour. “When a person is very good, and has accomplished great feats, he is appointed president.
“The Mill of Discipline and the Poor Law are still in full vigour, then?” said Scrooge.
Mrs Cratchit made the boiling hot gravy (prepared in advance) in a little saucepan; Master Peter mashed the potatoes with incredible vigour;
There were robust farmers with sunburnt complexions; and their wives, overflowing with vigour, with their cheeks as red as apples.
So surely as they raised their voices, the old man got quite blithe and loud; and, so surely as they stopped, his vigour sank again.
Although about fifty years old, he still maintained a youthful vigor cultivated by exercise. Wrinkled, bony and strong, he tried to dissimulate his uncouthness as a man of battle under a suave and indolent laziness.
fluttering hymns, which seemed to be mounting to the throne of the Lord like a mixture of light and sound—all were expressed by the organ's hundred voices, with more vigor, more subtle poetry, more weird coloring, than had ever been known before.
His vigor as a tireless centaur had helped him powerfully in his task of populating his lands.
on the temples and in the beard which covered his cheeks. He had lived twenty years in that one month… At the same time he appeared younger, with a youthfulness that was radiating an inward vigor,
The dragoons, revolver in hand, had to resort to threats in order to rouse them! Only the certainty that the pursuer was near and might make them prisoners gave them a momentary vigor.
forceful exertion: strength, force, zip, energy, strenuosity, vigour, forcefulness, athleticism
an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing): life, sprightliness, verve, energy, vitality, vim, liveliness, vigour, spirit, muscularity
active strength of body or mind: vigour, strength, dynamism, heartiness