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Vitalize
to fill with energy; to make something come alive; animate, vivify Michael Vick's athleticism has vitalized the Eagles.
Vivacious
lively, full of spirit; animated, spirited Quiet and withdrawn at first, Joan became increasingly vivacious.
Wan
unnaturally pale, lacking color; pale, ashen, bloodless The sick child had a wan face.
Wantonly
without a reason; randomly, indiscriminately Instead of singling out people he was angry with, the crazy man attacked his victims wantonly.
Wrath
extreme anger, ire, fury, rage He denounced the criminals in a speech filled with righteous wrath. (There was a Star Wars movie called "The Wrath of Khan.)
Wretched
miserable, pathetic, dejected, forlorn Steve felt wretched when he failed the test.
Writhe
to squirm or twist as if in pain, twitch, twist Brett Favre writhed in pain after the Bills sacked him hard into the turf.
Zealous
enthusiastic, eager; fervent, fervid, intense, passionate Sam was a zealous supporter of the opera and never missed a performance.
Flippant
not serious; playful; irreverent; frivolous, John was flippant to the teacher so she sent him to the principal's office.
Foretell
to predict the future; forecast, prophesy, auger Some prophets, like Nostradamus, claim to foretell the future.