And yet our Esther is a heroine—capable, energetic, brave, and patriotic.
This state of things the energetic Anglo-Saxon will soon change.
Wagner at fifteen was a poet, and the energetic, suggestive music of Beethoven was mentally transformed into living personalities.
He was courageous, energetic, sagacious, and universally esteemed.
He was fearless, energetic, self-reliant; and it was manifest that he was endowed with mental powers of much native strength.
Moreover, our interest demands a prompt and energetic course of action.
He was strong, active, and energetic, and as he grew up he was trained to be an engineer.
Bowring was a great linguist, and an energetic man of business.
She was now quite lame, but active, energetic, and alive to everything that was passing.
This effect is experienced by all; by the energetic and decided as well as by the timid and the faltering.
energetic 1650s, powerful, from Gk. energetikos active, from energein (see energy). Meaning active in English is from late 18c.