Still, the president delivered a well-paced, energetic, and substantive address.
One is the presence of not one but three candidates with energetic, enthusiastic followings—Bachmann, Paul, and Cain.
As a state senator in the 1930s, Strom Thurmond aligned himself with this program of energetic government for white benefit.
Several months later, Kathy is now happily working in business development with a young, energetic, and supportive team.
Rubenstein turned 65 in August, and he appears as trim and energetic as when he pulled all-nighters in the Carter White House.
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.