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Definition of "vigourous" [vigourous]

  • Alternative form of vigorous. (adjective)

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Use "vigourous" in a sentence
  • "After one particularly 'vigourous' Carnival when I was 16, I was laid low for a few days, confined to the couch in our tv room, feeling extremely sorry for myself and nursing not only a bad cold, but also terribly sore muscles."
  • "But seriously, the idea of a driving test makes sense once you have experienced the 'vigourous' driving style of many Mexican bus and taxi drivers: -)"
  • "Barbadian diaspora blogger Doan Mind Me, on the other hand, seems unconcerned, writing a humourously quirky post - which he calls the “book of Pork-etry” - suggesting, with a vigourous nod to George Orwell's Animal Farm, that the swine of the world are somehow getting their comeuppance:"