“VIT; VIV” LIVE; LIFE
REVITALIZE If it is old, ugly, and outdated, many people do remodeling projects toREVITALIZE their kitchens. Then it is as good as new!! AFTER BEFORE
REVITALIZE • TO BRING SOMETHING BACK AFTER IT DECLINED IN CONDITION OR POPULARITY; TO BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO SOMETHING OLD. • VERB
REVIVE After the tragic car crash, the paramedics work feverishly to revive the horribly injured survivor.
REVIVE • TO BRING BACK TO LIFE AGAIN. • VERB
SURVIVAL • In the wild, predator animals must hunt prey animals for survival. The first law of nature is survival of the fittest.
SURVIVAL • THE ABILITY TO CONTINUE LIVING. • NOUN
SURVIVOR • Even if your biopsy comes back malignant, your chances of being a survivorare very good. New medical treatments are increasing survivalratesfor many patients.
SURVIVOR • A PERSON WHO LIVES THROUGH A DIFFICULT EVENT OR EXPERIENCE. • NOUN
VITAL • Your blood pressure, temperature, and heart rate are all vital signs that your doctor will check when she examines you. These are all important indicators of your overall health.
VITAL • NECESSARY OR ESSENTIAL TO LIFE • ADJECTIVE
VITALITY • Healthy, active people have plenty of vitality and energy.
Vitality • Lazy people who don’t exercise and eat right, don’t have any vitality.
VITALITY • QUALITY OR STATE OF BEING FULL OF LIFE; STATE OF BEING FULL OF ENERGY. • NOUN
VITAMIN • Even if you eat the right foods, you may also want to take supplemental (extra) vitamins.
VITAMIN • A TABLET OF SUBSTANCES THAT ARE THOUGHT TO PROMOTE A HEALTHY LIFE. • NOUN
VIVACIOUS • The group of students were so fun-loving and vivacious. At every gathering, people were drawn to their laughter and liveliness.
VIVACIOUS • FULL OFLIFE; • FUN; LIVELY; ANIMATED • NOUN
VIVID Many fish and butterflies come in such eye-popping vivid colors that they almost seem hand-painted by a magnificent artist.
VIVID • AS BIG AS LIFE; • BRIGHTLY COLORED; • DARING • ADJECTIVE
VIVISECTION • Vivisectionis a very controversial issue. Many people protest, saying the practice is cruel. Others claim that vivisection is necessary for medical research.
VIVISECTION • SURGERY ON LIVING ANIMALS; • MEDICAL RESEARCH THAT INVOLVES CUTTING INTO LIVE ANIMALS TO STUDY ORGANS, PARTS, OR DISEASES. • NOUN