If you play a life role as though it were a mythological game, there is vitality and wonder in it.
This country offers great opportunities and has a vitality—embodied in Chicago, for instance—that I love and find fascinating.
Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) realized that he cheated in an effort to reclaim the youth and vitality lost to him.
Jung says that we lose our vitality in playing the role if we identify with it.
Cleveland was a chunky 37-year-old bachelor whose six-foot frame projected a figure of might and vitality.
When the point of death was apparently reached his vitality took a turn for the better and he rapidly improved.
The surface of his body was cold as ice, and apparently without the least vitality.
His wife, I felt, for all her surface fascination and vitality, was rather a waste of time.
Second, the vigor or vitality of the individual child must be considered.
But boil it or bake it and the vitality is gone, and all the art and science of mankind cannot bring it back again.
vitality vi·tal·i·ty (vī-tāl'ĭ-tē)
The capacity to live, grow, or develop.
Physical or intellectual vigor; energy.