Energetic [adjective]

Definition of Energetic:

full of life; forceful

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Sentence/Example of Energetic:

It’s an energetic but tender exploration of cultural immersion, ambition and pleasure that takes many unexpected turns.

Hawke’s young protagonist can be a fool, but he’s wildly energetic.

As you could hear from this episode, she was an incredibly energetic and optimistic researcher.

GREAT VALUEL'Erta di Radda Chianti Classico 2017Limited to one word to describe this wine, I’d say “energetic.”

I’m going to be honest, I wasn’t expecting Bridgerton actress Golda Rosheuvel to be so warm and energetic during our Zoom interview in early January.

At the 2019 MWC, the energetic Brazilian was selling 5G at meetings over breakfast, across the show floor all day, at multiple dinners, finally followed by parties into the night.

Stars that emit profuse amounts of this energetic radiation are hot, blue and usually much more massive than the sun.

The weather takes a turn for the worse late tonight, with an energetic storm system bringing some warmer yet wet weather to start the workweek.

In a vacuum, those energetic molecules in your beverage have even fewer atoms to bump up against.

Then Montrezl Harrell encountered a lack of interest after an underwhelming postseason, leading the Lakers to swoop in and poach the energetic center from the Los Angeles Clippers.