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Another word for energy DEFAULT

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Pronunciation:

[ ˈɛnəd͡ʒi], [ ˈɛnəd‍ʒi], [ ˈɛ_n_ə_dʒ_i]
  • adj.

    Other relevant words: (adjective)
  • n.

    • balance,
    • starch,
    • calorific,
    • amplitude,
    • centripetal force,
    • absorbance,
    • air resistance,
    • bonding,
    • capillary action,
    • attraction,
    • centrifugal force.
    • current,
    • friction,
    • atomic energy,
    • gravity,
    • potential,
    • response,
    • horsepower,
    • electricity,
    • suction,
    • reaction,
    • pressure,
    • resistance,
    • voltage,
    • service.
    action (noun)
    • Movements,
    • big idea,
    • in the works,
    • enterprises,
    • hoppers,
    • hopper,
    • stir,
    • haste,
    • ballgame,
    • in work,
    • enterprise,
    • motion,
    • flurry.
    activity (noun)ambition (noun)
    • get and goes,
    • pre tension,
    • pre-tensions,
    • get go,
    • get up goes,
    • de-sires,
    • de-sire,
    • get goes,
    • de sire,
    • fire belly,
    • get and go,
    • pre-tension,
    • get up go,
    • pre tensions,
    • de sires.
    animal spirits (noun)animation (noun)bounce (noun)brawn (noun)dash (noun)department of energy (noun)determination (noun)
    • de-termination,
    • in-dependence,
    • re solve,
    • de-terminations,
    • single mindedness,
    • firm nesses,
    • firm ness,
    • indomitabilities,
    • in-dependences,
    • de termination,
    • in dependences,
    • firm-nesses,
    • re solves,
    • re-solves,
    • dogmatisms,
    • selfconfidence,
    • re-solve,
    • stiff upper lips,
    • single-mindednesses,
    • self confidence,
    • single mindednesses,
    • de terminations,
    • singlemindednesses,
    • in dependence.
    dint (noun)drive (noun)efficacy (noun)efficiency (noun)effort (noun)energy (noun)
    • verve,
    • vitality,
    • vim,
    • vigor,
    • vigour,
    • snap,
    • spunk,
    • puissance,
    • effervescence,
    • zip,
    • fervor,
    • spark,
    • force.
    enthusiasm (noun)excitement (noun)
    • attentiveness,
    • inflammation,
    • electrification,
    • anxiety,
    • furor,
    • stimulation,
    • turbulence,
    • disquietude,
    • exhilaration,
    • arousal,
    • feverishness.
    fire (noun)forcefulness (noun)fury (noun)generated power (noun)get-up-and-go (noun)health (noun)healthiness (noun)heartiness (noun)impetus (noun)industry (noun)initiative (noun)intensity (noun)
    • in-tensities,
    • high pitches,
    • in-tenseness,
    • in tensenesses,
    • in tensities,
    • in tenseness,
    • weightinesses,
    • in-tensenesses,
    • tensenesses,
    • ex cess,
    • ex-cesses,
    • ex-cess,
    • in tensity,
    • wildnesses,
    • intensenesses,
    • in-tensity.
    intestinal fortitude (noun)irateness (noun)labor (noun)life (noun)liveliness (noun)mettle (noun)might (noun)motivation (noun)motive (noun)
    • induction,
    • trigger,
    • provocation,
    • motive,
    • prompting,
    • fermentation,
    • goading,
    • facilitation,
    • catalyst,
    • urge,
    • compulsion,
    • fomentation,
    • enticement.
    Other relevant words: (noun)
    • efficiency,
    • prowess,
    • pluck,
    • pertness,
    • pep,
    • Calenture,
    • elasticity,
    • bounce,
    • Qualifiedness,
    • sinew,
    • Kidneys,
    • vital spark,
    • might,
    • Spriteliness,
    • impellent,
    • ferocity,
    • stamina,
    • peppers,
    • product,
    • strength,
    • Rabidity,
    • flare up,
    • love,
    • zeal,
    • travails,
    • industry,
    • resourcefulness,
    • labor,
    • steam,
    • tirelessness,
    • spiritedness,
    • fire,
    • singlemindedness,
    • high pitch,
    • skillfulness,
    • Forcibleness,
    • life,
    • vibrancy,
    • virtuosity,
    • intentness,
    • Intenseness,
    • power of endurance,
    • muscle,
    • vinegar,
    • motivations,
    • intestinal fortitude,
    • nerve,
    • wrathfulness,
    • vivaciousness,
    • robustness,
    • sparkle,
    • fervency,
    • Muscularity,
    • single-mindedness,
    • severity,
    • briskness,
    • get-up-and-go,
    • what it takes,
    • fearlessness,
    • ss,
    • kidney,
    • dynamism,
    • strong arm,
    • intensity,
    • hus,
    • dint,
    • effort,
    • high spirits,
    • oomph,
    • drive,
    • ambition,
    • enthusiasm,
    • persistence,
    • indomitability,
    • brio,
    • impetus,
    • power,
    • SINEWS,
    • luster,
    • vivacity,
    • push,
    • dash,
    • boiling point,
    • propulsion,
    • weightiness,
    • ginger,
    • stiff upper lip,
    • gruntwork,
    • health,
    • go,
    • S,
    • wildness,
    • mettle,
    • fire in belly,
    • strenuousness,
    • slow burn,
    • initiative,
    • animal spirits,
    • impressiveness,
    • peppiness,
    • Vehemency,
    • nervous spirits,
    • fury,
    • knowhow,
    • pepper,
    • spirit,
    • tenseness,
    • animation,
    • action,
    • dogmatism,
    • Gayety,
    • zing,
    • brawn,
    • brass balls,
    • ferocities,
    • travail,
    • impulsion,
    • Rampancy,
    • impulsions,
    • life force,
    • potency,
    • liveliness,
    • vinegars,
    • sores,
    • beefiness,
    • momentum,
    • HU,
    • tempestuousness,
    • zap,
    • irateness,
    • indefatigability,
    • firm-ness,
    • resolution,
    • thrustings,
    • birr.
    person's spirit and vigor (noun)phenomenon (noun)power (noun)propulsion (noun)push (noun)resolution (noun)spirit (noun)
    • out look,
    • sub-stance,
    • out-look,
    • Mettled,
    • sub stances,
    • sub-stances,
    • vital sparks,
    • out looks,
    • out-looks,
    • frame mind,
    • sub stance.
    stamina (noun)strength (noun)vigor (noun)
    • passion,
    • agitation,
    • gusto,
    • excitement,
    • lustiness,
    • earnestness,
    • industriousness,
    • friskiness,
    • relish,
    • sprightliness,
    • exuberance,
    • eagerness.
  • v.

    Other relevant words: (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    Energy Department
    • beef,
    • endurance,
    • leadership,
    • calling,
    • radioactivity,
    • torque,
    • biofuel,
    • biogas,
    • staying power,
    • solid fuel,
    • perversity,
    • athleticism,
    • the law of the jungle,
    • fossil fuel,
    • resilience,
    • tenacity,
    • backbone,
    • perseverance,
    • renewables,
    • solar energy,
    • coal-fired,
    • solar panel,
    • virility.
    capacity electromagnetic radiation fusion hydraulics Other relevant words (noun):
    • brightness,
    • productiveness,
    • striving,
    • vibrations,
    • freshness,
    • pith,
    • concentration,
    • fervour,
    • electromagnetic radiation,
    • voltaic electricity,
    • daring,
    • adventurousness,
    • avidity,
    • cogent,
    • charisma,
    • true grit,
    • medium,
    • long pull,
    • appetite,
    • juice,
    • audacity,
    • feeling,
    • spontaneity,
    • break,
    • tension,
    • Energeticalness,
    • hustle,
    • struggle,
    • soul,
    • manliness,
    • disposition,
    • exceedingly,
    • urgency,
    • rush,
    • dedicated,
    • ride,
    • working,
    • perturbation,
    • delicate,
    • immediately,
    • mightily,
    • superiority,
    • gumption,
    • sand,
    • virulence,
    • Brawniness,
    • extremely,
    • tonicity,
    • destructiveness,
    • thoroughly,
    • defer,
    • ferment,
    • solid-fuel,
    • sturdy,
    • button,
    • flavour,
    • moxie,
    • desperately,
    • mettlesomeness,
    • focus,
    • ardor,
    • excessively,
    • hard,
    • vigorousness,
    • perfectly,
    • terribly,
    • flower power,
    • inclination,
    • vis inertiae,
    • cheer,
    • right arm,
    • relentlessness,
    • influential,
    • voracity,
    • yield,
    • heartily,
    • dazzle,
    • hence,
    • firepower,
    • goad,
    • fierceness,
    • assiduousness,
    • zipper,
    • directly,
    • splutter,
    • emotion,
    • inertia,
    • strength of mind,
    • influence,
    • intense,
    • vital,
    • strongly,
    • excellent,
    • gaiety,
    • instrumentality,
    • power pack,
    • purposefulness,
    • revelation,
    • zilch,
    • considerably,
    • encouragement,
    • heartiness,
    • ebullient,
    • enormously,
    • exquisite,
    • attitude,
    • joyfulness,
    • suggest,
    • give way,
    • excitation,
    • gameness,
    • give,
    • ambitiousness,
    • intercession,
    • badly,
    • graceful,
    • joy,
    • force majeure,
    • game,
    • solar power,
    • galvanism,
    • hydroelectric power,
    • devotedness,
    • soberly,
    • stalwartness,
    • spur,
    • vital force,
    • desperation,
    • Armipotence,
    • bubbliness,
    • esprit,
    • avidness,
    • main,
    • nuclear power,
    • strong,
    • labour,
    • instantly,
    • persona,
    • purpose,
    • desire,
    • able,
    • healthiness,
    • accede,
    • iron will,
    • provide,
    • breeziness,
    • electromagnetism,
    • caloric,
    • physical,
    • motive power,
    • cypher,
    • decisiveness,
    • entirely,
    • invigoration,
    • ability,
    • ruggedness,
    • lend,
    • flourish,
    • ebullience,
    • aplomb,
    • moil,
    • steady,
    • style,
    • sedulousness,
    • aught,
    • gas,
    • Power Source,
    • trouble,
    • bustle,
    • panache,
    • live rail,
    • poop,
    • balls,
    • impact,
    • hardihood,
    • laboriousness,
    • greatly,
    • afflatus,
    • totally,
    • intervention,
    • operation,
    • mightiness,
    • elan,
    • ferociousness,
    • fortitude,
    • Thew,
    • sedulity,
    • endeavor,
    • pizzazz,
    • abandon,
    • enlivenment,
    • be able,
    • clever,
    • pull,
    • correctly,
    • lusty,
    • press,
    • obey,
    • elegant,
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1. energy

noun. ['ˈɛnɝdʒi'] (physics) a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs.

  • electricity
  • radiant energy
  • atomic energy
  • chemical energy
  • energy state
  • rest energy
  • binding energy
  • radiation
  • alternative energy
  • work
  • electrical energy
  • mechanical energy
  • physical phenomenon
  • free energy
  • activation energy
  • nuclear energy
  • heat energy
  • energy level
  • energy of activation
  • separation energy
  • nonexistence
  • alive
  • unhappiness
  • happiness
  • ἐνέργεια (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

Words that Rhyme with Energy

  • allergy
  • cenergy
  • cinergy
  • dramaturgy
  • entergy
  • lethargy
  • liturgy
  • metallurgy
  • synergy

How do you pronounce energy?

Pronounce energy as ˈɛnərʤi.

US - How to pronounce energy in American English

UK - How to pronounce energy in British English

Example sentences of the word energy


1. Noun, singular or mass
Anaerobic organisms do not use oxygen to help them break down food into energy.

Quotes containing the word energy


1. I feel blessed to be here representing our country and carrying out th research of scientists around the world... I hope you could feel the positive energy that beamed to the whole planet as we glided over.
- Laurel Clark

2. God intended Earth. God intended the waters. God intended you and me. We were created in the image and the likeness of God; we are holograms, if you will. So the power, the presence, the energy is within you and me. The energy of God, as life, is within each of us.
- Mary Manin Morrissey

3. Love the moment and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries.
- Corita Kent

2. energy-storing

adjective. of or relating to anabolism.

  • destructive-metabolic
  • katabolic

3. high-energy

adjective. providing a relatively large amount of energy upon undergoing a chemical reaction.

4. energy-absorbing

adjective. (of a nuclear reaction) occurring with absorption of energy.

  • heat-absorbing
  • endothermic
  • endoergic
  • exoergic
  • exothermal
  • heat-releasing
  • energy-releasing

5. energy

noun. ['ˈɛnɝdʒi'] forceful exertion.

  • force
  • athleticism
  • forcefulness
  • strenuosity
  • zip
  • vigour
  • strength
  • opacity
  • transparency
  • dull
  • birth
  • ἐνέργεια (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

6. energy

noun. ['ˈɛnɝdʒi'] enterprising or ambitious drive.

  • drive
  • get-up-and-go
  • second wind
  • studio
  • idle
  • inactivity
  • fail
  • ἐνέργεια (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

7. energy

noun. ['ˈɛnɝdʒi'] an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing).

  • verve
  • vim
  • liveliness
  • life
  • spirit
  • vitality
  • vigour
  • sprightliness
  • muscularity
  • coldness
  • anestrus
  • unemotionality
  • alternating current
  • ἐνέργεια (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

8. Energy

noun. the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977.

  • DOE
  • executive department
  • Energy Department
  • Department of Energy Intelligence
  • DOEI

9. energy

noun. ['ˈɛnɝdʒi'] a healthy capacity for vigorous activity.

  • vim
  • qi
  • ki
  • vitality
  • good health
  • chi
  • ch'i
  • juice
  • courage
  • cowardice
  • deaden
  • inanimateness
  • ἐνέργεια (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

10. energy

noun. ['ˈɛnɝdʒi'] any source of usable power.

  • ἐνέργεια (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
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energy


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See Spanish definition of energía

noun

1‘she set out feeling full of energy’

vitality, vigour, life, liveliness, animation, vivacity, spirit, spiritedness, fire, passion, ardour, zeal, verve, enthusiasm, zest, vibrancy, spark, sparkle, effervescence, exuberance, buoyancy, perkiness, sprightliness
strength, stamina, forcefulness, power, might, potency, dynamism, drive, push
informal zip, zing, pep, pizzazz, punch, bounce, fizz, oomph, go, get-up-and-go, vim and vigour
North American informal feistiness

2‘the panels turn solar energy into electricity’


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Word for energy another

force

Strength or energy of body or mind; active power; vigour; might; capacity of exercising an influence or producing an effect.

heat

(Uncountable) The condition or quality of being hot.

impetus

An impelling force; an impulse.

pep

Energy and high spirits; vim:

pizzazz

Dazzling style; flamboyance; flair.

hardworking

The definition of hardworking is a term used to describe a person or thing that is diligent or zealous at completing a task.

energetics

The study of the flow and transformation of energy.

potential

The inherent ability or capacity for growth, development, or future success:

enthusiasm(related)

Enthusiasm is defined as a lively interest for someone or something.

sprightly

Full of energy and spirit; lively, brisk, etc.

fuel

Something consumed to produce energy, especially:

foot-pounds

Power developed or released by a device

electricity

Electricity is defined as the effects of an electric charge.

suction

The principle of physics by which one item is caused to adhere to another because the pressure in the space between the items is lower than the pressure outside that space.

burn

An injury or damage caused by fire, heat, radiation, wind, caustics, etc.: in medicine, burns are classified as first-degree burn, reddening, second-degree burn, blistering, and third-degree burn, destruction of the skin and the tissues under it

inspiring

Tending to enliven, motivate, or exalt:

vigorous

Forceful or powerful; strong; energetic

bang

A hard, noisy blow or impact

fireball

A high-temperature, luminous ball of gas which forms shortly after a nuclear explosion

geothermal

Relating to the internal heat of the Earth. The water of hot springs and geysers is heated by geothermal sources. &diamf3; Geothermal energy is power generated from natural steam, hot water, hot rocks, or lava in the Earth's crust. In general, geothermal power is produced by pumping water into cracks in the Earth's crust and then conveying the heated water or steam back to the surface so that its heat can be extracted through a heat exchanger, or its pressure can be used to drive turbines.

puissance

The high-jump component of the sport of show jumping.

radioactivity

The radiation, including alpha particles, nucleons, electrons, and gamma rays, emitted by a radioactive substance.

fire

A rapid, persistent chemical change that releases heat and light and is accompanied by flame, especially the exothermic oxidation of a combustible substance:

critical burn

Power developed or released by a device

vigor

Effective legal or binding force; validity

strength

Capability in terms of numbers or resources:

dynamism

Any of various theories or philosophical systems that explain the universe in terms of force or energy.

starch

A naturally abundant nutrient carbohydrate, (C6 H10 O5 )n , found chiefly in the seeds, fruits, tubers, roots, and stem pith of plants, notably in corn, potatoes, wheat, and rice, and varying widely in appearance according to source but commonly prepared as a white amorphous tasteless powder.

reaction

(Physiol., Psychol.) An organic response to a stimulus

pressure

Pressure is an application of force by pressing, or an urgent demand or force which can cause stress.

kinetic-energy

The energy possessed by a body because of its motion, equal to one half the mass of the body times the square of its velocity.

thermonuclear power

Power developed or released by a device

magnetism

The property, quality, or condition of being magnetic

friction

(Physics) A force that resists the relative motion or tendency to such motion of two bodies or substances in contact.

service

The serving of food or the manner in which it is served:

p.d.

Power developed or released by a device

strenuous

Requiring great effort, energy, or exertion:

brio

Animation; vivacity; zest

current

A flow of positive electric charge. The strength of current flow in any medium is related to voltage differences in that medium, as well as the electrical properties of the medium, and is measured in amperes. Since electrons are stipulated to have a negative charge, current in an electrical circuit actually flows in the opposite direction of the movement of electrons.

dynamics

The branch of mechanics that is concerned with the effects of forces on the motion of a body or system of bodies, especially of forces that do not originate within the system itself.

fortitude

The definition of fortitude is having strong will in the face of danger or pain.

initiative

The right of a group of citizens to introduce a matter for legislation either to the legislature or directly to the voters

might

Great or superior strength, power, force, or vigor

numen

solar

Measured in reference to the Sun.

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Frequently Asked Questions About energy

How does the noun energy contrast with its synonyms?

Some common synonyms of energy are force, might, power, and strength. While all these words mean "the ability to exert effort," energy applies to power expended or capable of being transformed into work.

a worker with boundless energy

When is it sensible to use force instead of energy?

While in some cases nearly identical to energy, force implies the actual effective exercise of power.

used enough force to push the door open

In what contexts can might take the place of energy?

While the synonyms might and energy are close in meaning, might implies great or overwhelming power or strength.

the belief that might makes right

When would power be a good substitute for energy?

In some situations, the words power and energy are roughly equivalent. However, power may imply latent or exerted physical, mental, or spiritual ability to act or be acted upon.

the awesome power of flowing water

When is strength a more appropriate choice than energy?

The synonyms strength and energy are sometimes interchangeable, but strength applies to the quality or property of a person or thing that makes possible the exertion of force or the withstanding of strain, pressure, or attack.

use weight training to build your strength

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