Definition of life force in English:

life force

Syllabification: life force

noun

1The force or influence that gives something its vitality or strength: the passionate life force of the symphony
More example sentences
  • The term we will give to this life force within us is Vitality.
  • You might not like the final product - you might even hate its obsessive and arch re-use of movie and TV history - but you can't argue with its life force.
  • To play disc one is to rediscover the swift 4/4 punk stomp as the elementary rhythmic life force it should be.
1.1The spirit or energy that animates living creatures; the soul.
More example sentences
  • As one of her teachers put it, Vicky had such a strong life force, and it is this strength we miss the most about her.
  • Until now, the life force that grew with the strength of the sun has been retreating into the fruit and the grain.
  • Does being with this person add to my life force or do they rob me of my energy?

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