Al Fayed would be “interested in seeing the outcome” of the latest investigation, which he expected to be completed “with vigor.”
The entire GOP field started courting South Carolina with vigor months ago.
We urge them to do so with vigor, but also with a keen sense of the limits of political scandal.
His wife, Gertrude, pronounced Florida a “vampire” that sucked away their wealth and vigor.
Yet its vigor brings on a more existential campaign question: is it possible a campaign ad can be too merciless.
There must be an outlet for all this vigor—business, or matrimony, or war.
He emphasized the vigor of that grip in his farewell handshake.
The siege of St. John's was now pushed on by Montgomery with vigor.
Second, the vigor or vitality of the individual child must be considered.
Not only was there gold in that land; there was also a fountain whose waters restored youth and vigor to the drinker.
c.1300, from Anglo-French vigour, Old French vigor, from Latin vigorem (nominative vigor) "liveliness, activity, force," from vigere "be lively, flourish, thrive," from PIE *wog-/*weg- "be lively or active" (see vigil).