Energy Synonyms and Antonyms

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Synonyms for Energy

Strength or energy of body or mind; active power; vigour; might; capacity of exercising an influence or producing an effect.
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The conductance of a material.
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The Holy Spirit.
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(Uncountable) The condition or quality of being hot.
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Energy and high spirits; vim:
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Power to live or go on living
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An impelling force; an impulse.
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Dazzling style; flamboyance; flair.
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The definition of hardworking is a term used to describe a person or thing that is diligent or zealous at completing a task.
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The inherent ability or capacity for growth, development, or future success:
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Capability in terms of numbers or resources:
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Any of various theories or philosophical systems that explain the universe in terms of force or energy.
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A trip made in a motor vehicle.
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Full of energy and spirit; lively, brisk, etc.
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A hard, noisy blow or impact
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The study of the flow and transformation of energy.
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Necessary to continued existence.
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Effective legal or binding force; validity
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Ready vitality and vigor.
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A naturally abundant nutrient carbohydrate, (C6 H10 O5 )n , found chiefly in the seeds, fruits, tubers, roots, and stem pith of plants, notably in corn, potatoes, wheat, and rice, and varying widely in appearance according to source but commonly prepared as a white amorphous tasteless powder.
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The capacity or potential for achieving results.
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(Informal) Effective strength:
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Power developed or released by a device
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Electricity is defined as the effects of an electric charge.
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An injury or damage caused by fire, heat, radiation, wind, caustics, etc.: in medicine, burns are classified as first-degree burn, reddening, second-degree burn, blistering, and third-degree burn, destruction of the skin and the tissues under it
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Of or relating to energy.
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Having or showing enthusiasm; ardent
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Tending to enliven, motivate, or exalt:
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Pulsing with energy or activity
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A physiological process:
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The state of being an athlete, or of taking part in athletic events.
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(Psychoanalysis) the concentration of libido or emotional energy on a single object or idea
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The work involved in performing an activity; exertion.
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A high-temperature, luminous ball of gas which forms shortly after a nuclear explosion
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Relating to the internal heat of the Earth. The water of hot springs and geysers is heated by geothermal sources. &diamf3; Geothermal energy is power generated from natural steam, hot water, hot rocks, or lava in the Earth's crust. In general, geothermal power is produced by pumping water into cracks in the Earth's crust and then conveying the heated water or steam back to the surface so that its heat can be extracted through a heat exchanger, or its pressure can be used to drive turbines.
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The high-jump component of the sport of show jumping.
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Something consumed to produce energy, especially:
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The principle of physics by which one item is caused to adhere to another because the pressure in the space between the items is lower than the pressure outside that space.
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The radiation, including alpha particles, nucleons, electrons, and gamma rays, emitted by a radioactive substance.
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Forceful or powerful; strong; energetic
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A rapid, persistent chemical change that releases heat and light and is accompanied by flame, especially the exothermic oxidation of a combustible substance:
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(Physiol., Psychol.) An organic response to a stimulus
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Pressure is an application of force by pressing, or an urgent demand or force which can cause stress.
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The force generated by propulsion, as in a jet engine.
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The energy possessed by a body because of its motion, equal to one half the mass of the body times the square of its velocity.
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The energy released by an atom in a nuclear reaction.
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Energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation emitted from the Sun; especially that part of this energy that is converted into usable thermal or electrical energy by man.
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Power developed or released by a device
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The property, quality, or condition of being magnetic
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(Physics) A force that resists the relative motion or tendency to such motion of two bodies or substances in contact.
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The serving of food or the manner in which it is served:
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Power developed or released by a device
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Changing; active; in motion.
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Having great power of leaping or running; nimble; active.
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Requiring great effort, energy, or exertion:
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Animation; vivacity; zest
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A flow of positive electric charge. The strength of current flow in any medium is related to voltage differences in that medium, as well as the electrical properties of the medium, and is measured in amperes. Since electrons are stipulated to have a negative charge, current in an electrical circuit actually flows in the opposite direction of the movement of electrons.
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An argumentative troublemaker or revolutionary; one who agitates against the current situation.
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The definition of fortitude is having strong will in the face of danger or pain.
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The right of a group of citizens to introduce a matter for legislation either to the legislature or directly to the voters
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(Uncountable, slang) Electricity.
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Great or superior strength, power, force, or vigor
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The power or ability to move
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Creative energy; genius.
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Measured in reference to the Sun.
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One's internal powers
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Verve is energy or enthusiasm.
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The quality or state of being vivacious
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A measure of the difference in electric potential between two points in space, a material, or an electric circuit, expressed in volts.
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Enthusiastic devotion to a cause, ideal, or goal.
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Stimulating or exciting quality
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Energy; vim:
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To cause to change directly from a solid to a gas, or from a gas to a solid, without becoming a liquid
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The act, process, or result of imparting life, interest, spirit, motion, or activity.
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Physical strength or force exerted or capable of being exerted:
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The property of being sprightly.
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Power; energy:
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(Brit., Informal) A quantity given or taken at one time
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The quality of being peppy.
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(Biology) Strength or force in animal or force in animal or vegetable nature or action.
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The definition of a push is the act of putting pressure on someone or something to get action.
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the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
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the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
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A thermodynamic quantity that is the difference between the internal energy of a system and the product of its absolute temperature and entropy. Free energy is a measure of the capacity of the system to do work. If its value is negative, the system will have a tendency to do work spontaneously, as in an exothermic chemical reaction. Free energy is measured in kilojoules per mole.
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An online advertising performance metric representing one click-through from an online ad to its destination URL.
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The energy possessed by an object because of its position (in a gravitational or electric field), or its condition (as a stretched or compressed spring, as a chemical reactant, or by having rest mass)
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Plural form of kilowatt
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Plural form of kilowatt-hour
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Power developed or released by a device
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The fundamental force of attraction that all objects with mass have for each other. Like the electromagnetic force, gravity has effectively infinite range and obeys the inverse-square law. At the atomic level, where masses are very small, the force of gravity is negligible, but for objects that have very large masses such as planets, stars, and galaxies, gravity is a predominant force, and it plays an important role in theories of the structure of the universe. Gravity is believed to be mediated by the graviton, although the graviton has yet to be isolated by experiment. Gravity is weaker than the strong force, the electromagnetic force, and the weak force.
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The quality or condition of being elastic
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Plural form of ray
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Power developed or released by a device
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Power developed or released by a device
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Power developed or released by a device
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That produces heat, especially by the metabolism of food
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Of any of several historical figures named Dionysus
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Readily affected with or stirred by emotion:
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The definition of forceful is someone or something that is strong and powerful.
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(Grammar) Pertaining to a grammatical gender used in plurals of some Slavic languages, corresponding to the personal masculine animate nouns.
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Relating to an atom or to atoms.
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The branch of mechanics that is concerned with the effects of forces on the motion of a body or system of bodies, especially of forces that do not originate within the system itself.
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Quantum is a specified amount or portion.
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The quality or state of being strenuous.
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To capture, control or put to use.
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A female deer.
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Power developed or released by a device
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Active; busy
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Resistance to fatigue, illness, hardship, etc.; endurance
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Antonyms for Energy

The quality of being lazy
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The quality of being inactive; idleness; passiveness.
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The state of being tired.
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A lack of energy or vigor; sluggishness.
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The state of being idle; inactivity.
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Words Related to Energy

Enthusiasm is defined as a lively interest for someone or something.
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The most important or exciting work or activity in a specific field or area:
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The capacity or power to do work, such as the capacity to move an object (of a given mass) by the application of force. Energy can exist in a variety of forms, such as electrical, mechanical, chemical, thermal, or nuclear, and can be transformed from one form to another. It is measured by the amount of work done, usually in joules or watts.
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Physical or mental effort or activity directed toward the production or accomplishment of something:
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