noun, plural vi·tal·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for vitality
Yet their work lives on, and hardly seems to have lost any of its vitality during the intervening years.
Jung says that we lose our vitality in playing the role if we identify with it.
If you play a life role as though it were a mythological game, there is vitality and wonder in it.
There is no excitement, no vitality, no forward-moving thrust to the narrative.Wait for the Movie Version of Doris Kearns Goodwin’s “The Bully Pulpit”|David Nasaw|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But all of these musical movements had the same message: vitality.
Nonviolence is essential to these people—they have vitality without needing destruction.Planet of the Damned|Harry Harrison
When she has been settled in the warmest corner, and her vitality raised a little by a cup of hot tea, Peggy leaves her.Doctor Cupid|Rhoda Broughton
They believe that it tends to reduce the vitality and endurance of the body.The Syrian Christ|Abraham Mitrie Rihbany
But his work increased in vitality and in strength as his aim became more clear.Paul Gauguin, His Life and Art|John Gould Fletcher
Yet there is no store of vitality, no buoyancy, no superabundant vigor, to resist the strain and pressure to which life puts him.
British Dictionary definitions for vitality
noun plural -ties
Word Origin and History for vitality
1590s, from Latin vitalitas, from vitalis "pertaining to life" (see vital).