Definition of vibe
: vibration 4 seems to be in on every conversation, every deal, every vibe that is winging through the room — Albert Goldman —usually used in plural got bad vibes from him
Examples of vibe in a Sentence
I got a weird vibe from her.
a book by a professor of physiological science about her experiments with human energy fields and the vibes they emanate
Recent Examples of vibe from the Web
All the good vibes, all the positive momentum, from the Mariners’ four-game winning streak were wiped away during one short stretch midway through Seattle’s 6-3 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Thursday afternoon at Safeco Field.
Now that the Cubs hold the world title, is the vibe in the stadium different?
A Speck of Dust is a quieter, more intimate hour that largely follows that introspective vibe.
The loose vibe helped answer some questions for Mr. Pecknold.
Board members said despite the healthcare emphasis, the overall vibe seemed to celebrate pot culture.
Being so close to the cart path, Elliott catches the vibes of the game.
The drinks are just as good, but the vibe is much more chill.
Alex Martins, the team’s CEO, has wisely decided to go with an old-school vibe to retool a franchise hobbling around on two flat tires and a beat up cassette deck playing Eddie Money tunes.
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First Known Use of vibe
VIBE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vibe for English Language Learners
: a feeling that someone or something gives you
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