(Especially of old people) energetic and in good health
Requiring great effort, energy, or exertion:
Throbbing with life and activity; lively
Strong and healthy; robust:
Designating or of a type of film characterized by a fast-paced plot, a series of suspenseful confrontations, violent fight and chase scenes, etc.
The definition of forceful is someone or something that is strong and powerful.
Of or producing lethargy
Not affecting the plane of polarized light: said of some isomers of certain optically active crystalline substances
Having or showing enthusiasm; ardent
Full of life; active, nimble, brisk, etc., esp. though elderly
Enterprising, alert, and promising
The definition of industrious is someone who is hardworking, dedicated and a problem solver.
Producing a strong impression or response; striking:
The definition of tireless is energized and enthusiastic, showing great energy or not easily fatigued.
Full of life; active; vigorous
Full of or characterized by energy and high spirits; lively.
Showing action rather than state of being
Stimulating or invigorating.
Resistant, as to destruction or fading:
(Software engineering) Resistant or impervious to failure regardless of user input or unexpected conditions.
The definition of vivacious is lively or animated.
The definition of tired is being bored with something, or something that has become stale or being fatigued and in need of rest.
Slow and heavy; sluggish
Displaying little movement or activity; slow; inactive:
Allowing movement or action only at a low speed:
Of, relating to, or produced by motion.
Full of energy; lively.
(Informal) Rapid and without delay.
working hard to promote an enterprise
Convincing; strongly appealing; compelling action, assent, or belief.
Violent, intense, or forceful:
Energetic or forceful:
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