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Feeling, looking and being healthy

healthy

adjective

physically strong and not ill

well

adjective

if you are well, or if you are feeling well, your health is good

fit

adjective

healthy, strong, and able to do physical exercise without getting very tired

fine

adjective

if you are fine, your health is good and you have no problems

able-bodied

adjective

physically strong and healthy

strong

adjective

physically powerful and healthy

robust

adjective

a robust person is strong and healthy

vigorous

adjective

strong, active, and healthy

spry

adjective

an old person who is spry is still very healthy and still has a lot of energy

normal

adjective

not mentally or physically disabled. People who are disabled consider this word offensive and it is better to describe someone who is not physically disabled as able-bodied and someone who is not mentally disabled as mentally competent.

emoji

a small digital image … which is used in electronic communication to express emotion or other simple concepts

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major on (doing) sth

to have or do a lot of something; to focus on a particular thing

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