Definitions and Examples of actively, vigorously
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
In a manner that involves physical or mental activity; with energy and effort.
She actively participated in the discussion and shared her ideas.
With great physical or mental strength, force, or energy.
He vigorously exercised for an hour every day to stay fit.
Key Differences: actively vs vigorously
- 1Actively implies a state of involvement or engagement in an activity.
- 2Vigorously implies a state of intense physical or mental effort or force.
Effective Usage of actively, vigorously
- 1Physical Activities: Use actively and vigorously to describe physical activities such as exercising, playing sports, or dancing.
- 2Mental Activities: Use actively and vigorously to describe mental activities such as studying, working, or problem-solving.
- 3Productivity: Use actively and vigorously to encourage productivity and efficiency in work or personal tasks.
The antonyms have distinct nuances: Actively implies involvement or engagement, while vigorously implies intense physical or mental effort. Use these words to describe physical and mental activities, encourage productivity, and convey a sense of energy and movement.