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  • in a way that involves physical strength, effort, or energy; strenuously
Use the "Sentences" section of the app to practice with different usage examples of the word.


she shook her head vigorously

This mixture is rubbed vigorously into the scalp.

The obvious interpretation put on each ministerial speech has been vigorously denied by Downing Street.

We must vigorously pursue methods to improve the quality of self-report data on sexuality.

He looked to have been caught but made his protests too vigorously for the referee, who booked the striker.

In the 1860 presidential election Lovejoy campaigned vigorously for Abraham Lincoln.

Ashlee nodded vigorously, It was freaky.

he vigorously denied the allegation

Now, he’s fighting this extradition very vigorously.

Pour the eggs and sugar into a large mixing bowl and whisk vigorously, until the sugar has dissolved.

The theatergoers applauded her as vigorously as Mary and I had at home.

Amnesty International, the human rights group that campaigned vigorously to save Miss Darabi, led the condemnation.

I vigorously deny being involved, much less behind the current crisis facing the Estrada government.

The discrimination against women in the name of caste and creed and the resultant ostracising too would be fought vigorously.

Not only the existence of corruption is denied but corrupt politicians and bureaucrats are vigorously defended.

They give us a hearty thumbs-up and vigorously wave and pump their hands.

Archie nodded again, a little more vigorously.

The Justice Department should enforce the laws more vigorously.

Haddad, his lawyers and supporters have vigorously opposed such allegations.

Casper shook her head vigorously , clearing it of the fuzzy, heavy feeling that her tears had brought on.

The best method for routine hand washing is to cover the hands with soap and vigorously rub for at least 10 seconds.

he vigorously denied the allegation

A few audience members vigorously nodded their heads in a “Hear, Hear” manner.