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en·er·get·ic

 (ĕn′ər-jĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy. See Synonyms at active.
2. Of or relating to energy.

[Greek energētikos, from energein, to be active, from energos, active; see energy.]

en′er·get′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.energetically - in an energetic manner

energetically

adverb
With intense energy and force:
Idioms: hammer and tongs, tooth and nail, with might and main.
Translations
بصورةٍ حَيَوِيَّه
energiskt
energ ikusan
ötullega, rösklega
enerjik bir şekildeyorulmaksızın

energetically

[ˌenəˈdʒetɪkəlɪ] ADV [play, run] → con energía; [work, deny] → enérgicamente; [campaign] → activamente, vigorosamente

energetically

[ˌɛnərˈdʒɛtɪkli] adv
(= with enthusiasm) [promote, support, pursue] → énergiquement; [defend, speak] → énergiquement
(= with physical energy) [work, exercise] → avec énergie

energetically

adv
deny, protest, campaign, workenergisch
run, dance, jumpvoller Energie; she nodded her head energeticallysie nickte nachdrücklich

energetically

[ˌɛnəˈdʒɛtɪklɪ] advenergicamente

energy

(ˈenədʒi) plural ˈenergies noun
1. the ability to act, or the habit of acting, strongly and vigorously. He has amazing energy for his age; That child has too much energy; I must devote my energies to gardening today.
2. the power, eg of electricity, of doing work. electrical energy; nuclear energy.
ˌenerˈgetic (-ˈdʒetik) adjective
1. vigorous; very active. an energetic child.
2. requiring energy. an energetic walk.
ˌenerˈgetically adverb
References in classic literature ?
Jo groaned and leaned both elbows on the table in a despondent attitude, but Amy spatted away energetically, and Beth, who sat at the other window, said, smiling, "Two pleasant things are going to happen right away.
He took a book from his pocket and began energetically to read it, judging by the precision and frequency with which he turned the leaves.
He is apparently conscious of having erred, in too energetically pressing his deeds of loving-kindness on persons unable to appreciate them.
Watts asserts to be a personal habit of Satan when people have idle hands, she proceeded to knit most energetically, shutting her lips together in a way that said, as plain as words could, "You needn't try to make me speak.
Jasper went to work energetically, at once, perceiving that his leisure was observed.
But when I say the eldest is a Beauty, I mean she really is a -' he seemed to be describing clouds about himself, with both hands: 'Splendid, you know,' said Traddles, energetically.
Sometimes, she would coldly tolerate me; sometimes, she would condescend to me; sometimes, she would be quite familiar with me; sometimes, she would tell me energetically that she hated me.
I don't quite see the drift of it, but you people are all so good and kind, and have been working so earnestly and so energetically, that all I can do is to accept your ideas blindfold and try to help you.
I then related to the Canadian the incidents of the preceding night, hoping to bring him back to the idea of not abandoning the Captain; but my recital had no other result than an energetically expressed regret from Ned that he had not been able to take a walk on the battlefield of Vigo on his own account.
The respectable inhabitants of the place, men in golf and boating costumes, wives prettily dressed, were pack- ing, river-side loafers energetically helping, children excited, and, for the most part, highly delighted at this astonishing variation of their Sunday experiences.
When the emperor returned, he wrote, implored, threatened, and so energetically, that on the second restoration he was persecuted as a Bonapartist.
He raised his hand, clinched it, and smote it energetically against the smoky panel over the fireplace.

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