Sentence example with the word 'verve'

verve

active fancy, bang, drive, excitement, furor, heated imagination, oomph, poop, savor, starch, warmth of feeling

Definition n. an energetic style

Last update: December 1, 2017

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The verve and energy crackles throughout the film and sad moments are deftly handled by both cast and crew.   [noun]

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Lenglen broke new ground by playing with a verve and an athleticism not previously seen, employing an all-court game.   [adjective]

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He surpasses the school of Antiphon in perspicuity, the school of Lysias in verve, the school of Isocrates in variety, in felicity, in symmetry, in pathos, in power.   [Please select]

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Work went on that morning with much verve and vigor.   [Please select]

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She said it with infinite verve, and her hearers laughed.   [Please select]

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Bayonets fixed, bright colours tossing, skirmishers advanced, on with verve and determination came Banks's attack.   [Please select]

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It never has been approached, nor has the opera, so far as my information goes, ever been given with the same Gilbertian verve and swing.   [Please select]

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His years were indeterminate; with the aspect of fifty, the spirit and the verve of thirty assorted oddly.   [Please select]

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Old times; so, too, when the Major told with accustomed verve how papa, a little shaver then, had brought the note from Aunt Molly down to camp, fifty years ago.   [Please select]

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All which, he defended with such verve and vivacity, and carried off by a manner so agreeable as well as forcible, that he always either came off victor, or divided the honours of the field.   [Please select]

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