Examples of energetic in a Sentence
She has an energetic personality.
The children are energetic workers.
They mounted an energetic campaign.
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Origin and Etymology of energetic
First Known Use: 1651See Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of energetic
- as vigorous as a youth half his age
- an energetic campaigner
- the strenuous life on an oil rig
- a lusty appetite for life
- full of nervous energy
ENERGETIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of energetic for English Language Learners
: having or showing a lot of energy
: involving a lot of effort
ENERGETIC Defined for Kids
Definition of energetic for Students
- The boys are energetic players.
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