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Word of the Day - for Toastmasters everywhere
Sunday 5th April 2020
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vim (noun) VIM

Vitality, energy, vigour, exuberance.

Fair enough, but where did that leave her husband, so full of vim and vigour?

Michael Dibdin, Dirty Tricks. Amazon

Albert said that the work sounded very interesting, concentrating on getting vim and colour into his voice.

Penelope Gilliatt, What's It Like Out? Amazon

We were worried the first weekend that we spent at the church with a group of young people all full of vim and vigour ready to get married.

J. O'Reilly, Canadian Hansard, 10 December 1999. Canadian Hansard

Ann Widdecombe took against being helped across the road with some vim.

Nancy Banks-Smith, The Guardian, 4 August 2007. Guardian

As early as 1889, a prominent French scientist, Charles Édouard Brown-Séquard, then 72 years old, reported that he had recaptured his youthful vim and sexual vigor with extracts of dog and guinea-pig testicles.

Stephen Hall, The New York Times, 4 January 2004. New York Times

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