n. 热情; （艺术品等的）气韵，神韵; 生气，活力; 气魄
Verve is lively and forceful enthusiasm.
He looked for the dramatic, like the sunset in this painting, and painted it with great verve...
She revelled in big MGM musicals with their colour and verve.
1. an energetic style
No personal impulses can be felt in it; not a stroke has any verve.
She was verve worried.
After doing the emperor LiuChe showed remarkable verve, immediately, airing a letter seeking to reform, acting.
刘彻做了皇帝后表现出非凡的气魄, 立刻下诏求贤, 广开言路,试图时行改革.
Viewers and creative verve are drifting steadily from broadcast to cable networks.
Chenliang was a representative literate in Song dynasty. He behaved the verve and the magnificent sentiment.