impassioned

[ im-pash-uhnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF impassioned

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPASSIONED

His antagonist was Dr. Gunning, ready, fluent, and impassioned.

When love has to breast the Hellespont it feels its most impassioned thrill.

Then, like the other woman, the impassioned one, Marie took hold of Pierre's hands.

So speaking she laughed with the happy heedlessness of an impassioned amorosa.

How his face would glow at the impassioned praises of virtue!

An impassioned mother, she had been ascending her calvary ever since her son's death.

Captain Zelotes' voice broke in upon the impassioned outburst.

Dante had delivered his solemn message and Petrarca his impassioned song.

The two ladies whom we have mentioned were not impassioned spectators of the scene.

It was like listening to an earnest, impassioned, tremulous impertinence.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPASSIONED

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adjectivepassionate
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