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  1. vi·tal force
    IPA[ˈvīdl fôrs]
  2. noun

    • 1. the energy or spirit which animates living creatures; the soul:

      the principle which animates the human being can be visualized as the vital force
    • 2. (in some theories, particularly that of Bergson) a hypothetical force, independent of physical and chemical forces, regarded as being the causative factor in the evolution and development of living organisms.

    • 3. a person or thing that gives something vitality and strength:

      he was a vital force in British music
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: vital force

    • noun

      the energy or spirit which animates living creatures; the soul:

      (in some theories, particularly that of Bergson) a hypothetical force, independent of physical and chemical forces, regarded as being the causative factor in the evolution and development of living organisms.

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