Definition of vim
: robust energy and enthusiasm
Examples of vim in a Sentence
some food and a little rest should give me back some of my vim
Recent Examples of vim from the Web
Over the years, Netflix has provided nervous TV fans with a glowering repository of corrupt baddies, who inject storylines with much needed vim and venom.
Around the table, each of the Bears representatives made note of the quarterback's vim.
Beauty and the Beast are words that go together like coffee and cream, mice and men, sticks and stones, and vim and vigor.
And certainly Ms. Spalding plays with earthiness and infectious vim.
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Origin and Etymology of vim
Latin, accusative of vis strength; akin to Greek is strength, Sanskrit vaya meal, strength
First Known Use: 1843See Words from the same year
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Definition of vim for Students
: great energy and enthusiasm
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