Definition of energetically in English:

energetically

adverb

  • In a manner showing or involving great activity or vitality.

    ‘the royal pair were dancing energetically’
    ‘he energetically pursued his business activities’
    • ‘He was to carry the idea back to the capital, where it was energetically taken up by his colleagues at the commune.’
    • ‘State and local governments also energetically promoted railroads.’
    • ‘As a consequence, in his life he energetically fought many battles.’
    • ‘They energetically perform everything from synth-pop to punk-metal-influenced country tunes.’
    • ‘This last point went well with the listeners who applauded energetically.’
    • ‘People gaze in wonder whenever he dashes energetically from one side of the field to the other, racing past his fatigued opponents.’
    • ‘He campaigned energetically and acted more like an opposition leader than a president, making implausible promises about tax cuts.’
    • ‘There can be no judgment until the arguments are laid out clearly and energetically.’
    • ‘Whatever the make-up of the next Government is, it must seriously and energetically tackle the health problem.’
    • ‘Does he run around energetically first thing in the morning to get you ready for school?’

Pronunciation

energetically

/ˌɛnəˈdʒɛtɪkli/