It would seem that for all of its ostensible lack of vim and vigor, Israel Media Watch is a very effective organization.
Barack Obama, on the other hand, appears set to greet Vineyarders Sunday with all the vim of J.D. Salinger.
When I was young and fresh and ruddy, and full of snap and vim, my parents used to make me study until my head would swim.
The "pursuit of the Ideal," as she called it, went on with vim and fervour.
The snap and vim that the Japs put into their practice before the game seemed to add point to his prophecy.
There was a great heap of debris on the floor, and this the boys attacked with a vim.
They lack the vitality, the vim, which burns and blazes even in the works of the second class dramatists of the time.
"No apologies," laughed Dean, his eyes snapping with the vim of the fight.
She started in on her winter of teaching with all the energy and vim of the proverbial new broom.
“Not if I have to steal his cigarettes,” promised Butts, with vim.
1843, usually said to be from Latin vim, accusative of vis "strength, force, power, energy." But perhaps the modern word is purely imitative.