Definition: vigor, energy, or enthusiasm in the expression of ideas either verbal or physical <as in dance>; vivacious; spirited

• You can con God and get away with it, Granny said, if you do so with charm and wit. If you live your life with imagination and verve, God will play along just to see what outrageously entertaining thing you’ll do next. — Dean Ray Koontz (1945-) American author
Our life force is a form of flowing energy, a blast of verve renewed through our ongoing daily interactions and the inevitable collisions between the id and the ego. — Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls {2016}