Weekly Words ~ Transpire your Mind Through Vitality of Volition Condition & Exemplify Your Truest Expression!

Aggregate [ag-ri-git] (adjective)

  1. Formed by the conjuction or collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum; total; combined: the aggregate amount of indebtedness.
  2. Geology. (of a rock) consisting of a mixture of minerals separable by mechanical means.

(noun)

  1. A sum, mass, or assemblage of particulars; a total or gross amount: the aggregate of all past experience.

Condition [kuhn-dish-uhn] (noun)

  1. A particular mode of being of a person or thing; existing state; the situation with respect to circumstances.
  2. State of health: critical condition
  3. Fit or requisite state: to be out of condition.
  4. Social position: in a lowly condition.
  5. A restricting, limiting, or modifying circumstance: It can happen only under certain conditions.
  6. A circumstance indispensable to some result; prerequisite; that on which something else is contingent.
  7. Usually conditions. Existing circumstances.
  8. Something demanded as an essential part of an agreement; provision; stipulation.
  9. Law. A stipulation in an agreement or instrument transferring property that provides for a change consequent on the occurrence or nonoccurrence of a stated event. The event upon which this stipulation depends.
  10. An abnormal or diseased state of part of the body.

Exemplify [ig-zem-pluh-fahy] (verb) (used with object)

ex-em-pli-fied, ex-em-pli-fy-ing

  1. To show or illustrate by example.
  2. To furnish or serve as an example of: The plays of Wilde exemplify the comedy of manners.
  3. Law. To transcribe or copy; make an attested copy of (a document) under seal.

Transpire [tran-spahyuhr] (verb used without object)

tran•spired, tran•spir•ing

  1. To occur; happen; take place.
  2. to emit or give off waste matter, watery vapor, etc., through the surface, as of the body or of leaves.
  3. To escape, as moisture or odor, through or as if through pores.
  4. To be revealed or become known.

(verb used with object)

  1. To emit or give off (waste matter, water vapor, an odor, etc.) through the surface, as of the body or of leaves.

Vitality [vahy-tal-i-tee] (noun)

Plural – vi•tal•i•ties

  1. Exuberant physical strength or mental vigor.
  2. Capacity for survival or for the continuation of a meaningful or purposeful existence: The vitality of an institution.
  3. Power to live or grow: The vitality of a language.
  4. Vital force or principle.
  5. Lively and animated character
  6. Power of Enduring

Volition [voh-lish-uhn] (noun)

  1. The act of willing, choosing, or resolving; exercise of willing: She left of her own volition.
  2. A choice or decision made by the will.
  3. The power of willing; will.

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