passion

[ pash-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF passion

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He grew pale with passion, turned on his heel, and strode away.

Malbone, greedy of emotion, was drinking to the dregs a passion that could have no to-morrow.

There is no passion in your veins; it is only a sort of sympathetic selfishness.

It swept him away; this revival of passion was irresistible.

It is but a feeble destiny that is wrecked by passion, when it should be ennobled.

It is impossible to doubt that this passion is fatal to more than the purse.

When your obstinacy is equal to any other person's passion, blame not your brother.

Austin was looking at her with the light of passion in his eyes.

Even at Christmas, 1597, Shakespeare's passion has reached the height of a sex-duel.

His passion is so intense that he has no desire to paint her seduction as greater than it was.

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