Synonyms of 'impetus'
She needed a new impetus for her talent.
There is little incentive to adopt such measures.
Redundancy is the spur for many to embark on new careers.
Money is my motivation.
Their impulse of broadcasting was for human rights.
Falling interest rates could be a stimulus to the economy.
His distrust only acted as a goad to me to prove him wrong.
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Energy is the ability and strength to do active physical things and the feeling that you are full of physical power and life.
He was saving his energy for the big race in Belgium.
slamming the door behind her with all her force
Thesaurus for impetus from the Collins English Thesaurus
Something that gives a process impetus or an impetus makes it happen or progress more quickly.