What is the opposite of tired?

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Adjective
Opposite of exhausted or in need of rest or sleep
“If you're feeling energetic, you can attempt to climb a narrow and winding staircase to the top.”
Adjective
(tired of) Opposite of bored or fed up with
“Employers will eventually cotton on to why you appear to be so engrossed in your work.”
Adjective
(typically used to describe phrases) Opposite of hackneyed or trite
“It was a refreshing interview to hear someone be so honest and original with their answers.”
Adjective
(of things) Opposite of overused or old
“I have updated my wardrobe, and almost everything in there is now new.”
Adjective
Opposite of so often used that it has become repetitive and tiresome
“In what has become an industry of old clichés, Coach Graham gave a rare and fresh interview that encapsulates his team's success.”
Adjective
(colloquial) Opposite of lacking determination or willpower; showing wimpiness or meekness; displaying signs of weakness
“He also stressed the importance of tackling corruption in a determined manner, as it is a threat to democracy.”
Adjective
(colloquial) Opposite of physically weak
“I would love to play a strong and heroic character again if given another chance.”
Adjective
Opposite of feeling or showing extreme tiredness, especially as a result of excessive exertion
Adjective
Opposite of appearing tired and unwell, as from stress
Adjective
Opposite of lacking in qualities that make for spirit and character
Adjective
Opposite of physically ill or weakened
“I have fully recovered from the flu and I feel healthy again.”
Adjective
Opposite of lacking strong features or characteristics and therefore uninteresting
Adjective
Opposite of looking exhausted, worried, or poor in condition
Adjective
Opposite of tense and pale from cold, worry, or hunger
Adjective
Opposite of tired and haggard due to prolonged worry
Adjective
Opposite of having an ache in a part of one's body
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to use up all the physical energy of
Verb
Opposite of past tense for exhaust the patience or interest of; bore
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to become sleepy or weary
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