Examples of energetic in a Sentence
She has an energetic personality.
The children are energetic workers.
They mounted an energetic campaign.
Recent Examples of energetic from the Web
Even Elliott's dance crew wished her a happy birthday with an improvised and energetic dance number.
She is also known for her charismatic and energetic personality, being ethical, confidence, friendliness and professionalism.
The move resolves a long-simmering question inside the corridors of the Capitol about what Cornyn, an ambitious and energetic politician, would do next.
On board the spacecraft is an instrument that detects neutrons and highly energetic light called gamma rays coming from the surface of Ceres.
Davina was discharged from the hospital just four days later, and is already active and energetic.
An impish, energetic 50-year-old with a round face, oval glasses, and a steely wit, Mulvaney gives the impression of a man who revels in being the embodiment of liberals’ worst nightmare.
The rehearsal room is just a blank, humble space full of energetic artists.
The light arose from the collision between a remarkably energetic neutrino – a wraithlike subatomic particle moving close to the speed of light – and the nucleus of a hydrogen or oxygen atom deep within the ice.
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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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