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On the whole he was a thoroughly good and kind man, on whom his moods and impetuousness played shabby tricks.
THE LIFE OF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN, VOLUME II (OF 3)ALEXANDER WHEELOCK THAYER
His amatory poems breathe the fire of youth, and display rash impetuousness.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS, VOL. III (OF 6)HEINRICH GRAETZ
Ay, but thou didst cruelly burst upon her with it; thy impetuousness, thy instantaneousness hath killed her, Pierre!
PIERRE; OR THE AMBIGUITIESHERMAN MELVILLE
The impetuousness of Essex approached very near to madness, and a dangerous form of madness.
GREAT RALEGHHUGH DE SELINCOURT
Impetuousness, inherited in his family, carried him away like a wild horse, and took from him presence of mind.
QUO VADISHENRYK SIENKIEWICZ
Whereat, with all the impetuousness of his race and nature, James dashed his palm into that of his brother.
THE BLACK DOUGLASS. R. CROCKETT
On the instant he felt that marvelous return of the impetuousness, the intense excitement, the increasing expectancy of youth.
ALEXANDER'S BRIDGE AND THE BARREL ORGANWILLA CATHER AND ALFRED NOYES
Some of Karara's old impetuousness returned as she tugged at them, urging them to their feet and drawing them with her.
KEY OUT OF TIMEANDRE ALICE NORTON
Reassured, Barker no longer hesitated, but dashed with his old impetuousness into his former partner's room.
THE THREE PARTNERSBRET HARTE
The glistening youth of Aaron, the impetuousness of Lilly fascinated him.
AARON'S RODD. H. LAWRENCE
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