The correct spelling is "vigorously" (something done with great power or strength).
Casually is an antonym for vigorously.
Vigorously is an adverb.
I strained my hamstring by playing vigorously. The violinist suddenly began playing vigorously.
They do react vigorously.
Shake the container vigorously for two minutes.
growing vigorously; thriving; prosperous (source: dictionary.com <--- check there before asking these questions, also use spell check =D)
Vigorously means in a lively active manner.
when we shake a branch of a tree vigorously, all the leaves fall down.
Example Sentence:Vigorously rubbing my face with a towel, the friction made my face red.Shaken Baby Syndrome and Tramatic Brain Injury in babies occurs when an adult vigorously shakes an infant.
No matter how vigorously Lady MacBeth washed her hands, she could not remove the spot.
A plastic ruler is rubbed vigorously with a woolen cloth
An example of a sentence using the word would be... He attacked the meal vigorously and with relish.
The cat hid in the closet and licked itself vigorously after being thrown in the tub.
Yes, vigorously is an adverb. In case you wanted to know... vigorousness-noun vigorous-adjective Hope that helped!
To be vigorously animated.
Potassium does indeed react vigorously with acid and also conducts heat well.
They do not.
Done with energy and impetus.