impetuosity

[ im-pech-oo-os-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF impetuosity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPETUOSITY

"No, no, I am not modest," she interrupted him with an impetuosity which startled him.

The impetuosity with which he came amongst them carried them along.

The impetuosity of my advent made the man at the helm start slightly.

A shepherd with a flock arrived at a river of some impetuosity.

"I can," cried the youth, with an impetuosity that startled his companion.

Bravery and impetuosity were two of Colonel Snelling's traits.

The last sea rushed upon us with the impetuosity of a torrent.

The eye cannot follow his movements, unless you rein him in and restrain his impetuosity.

Her impetuosity caused him perpetual anxiety, but he loved her.

He determined to bid farewell for ever to the impetuosity of youth.

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