Aggregate [ag-ri-git] (adjective)
- Formed by the conjuction or collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum; total; combined: the aggregate amount of indebtedness.
- Geology. (of a rock) consisting of a mixture of minerals separable by mechanical means.
- A sum, mass, or assemblage of particulars; a total or gross amount: the aggregate of all past experience.
Condition [kuhn-dish-uhn] (noun)
- A particular mode of being of a person or thing; existing state; the situation with respect to circumstances.
- State of health: critical condition
- Fit or requisite state: to be out of condition.
- Social position: in a lowly condition.
- A restricting, limiting, or modifying circumstance: It can happen only under certain conditions.
- A circumstance indispensable to some result; prerequisite; that on which something else is contingent.
- Usually conditions. Existing circumstances.
- Something demanded as an essential part of an agreement; provision; stipulation.
- 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.
- An abnormal or diseased state of part of the body.
Exemplify [ig-zem-pluh-fahy] (verb) (used with object)
- To show or illustrate by example.
- To furnish or serve as an example of: The plays of Wilde exemplify the comedy of manners.
- Law. To transcribe or copy; make an attested copy of (a document) under seal.
Transpire [tran-spahyuhr] (verb used without object)
- To occur; happen; take place.
- to emit or give off waste matter, watery vapor, etc., through the surface, as of the body or of leaves.
- To escape, as moisture or odor, through or as if through pores.
- To be revealed or become known.
(verb used with object)
- 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
- Exuberant physical strength or mental vigor.
- Capacity for survival or for the continuation of a meaningful or purposeful existence: The vitality of an institution.
- Power to live or grow: The vitality of a language.
- Vital force or principle.
- Lively and animated character
- Power of Enduring
Volition [voh-lish-uhn] (noun)
- The act of willing, choosing, or resolving; exercise of willing: She left of her own volition.
- A choice or decision made by the will.
- The power of willing; will.