vehement[ vee-uh-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF vehement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VEHEMENT
This outburst from Mrs. Porter startled the girl; it was so passionate, so vehement.
Vehement cheers from the ministerial benches; cries of "Order!"
He started from his revery with a vehement gesture, and groaned audibly.
Mr Flintwinch had pulled him into his coat with vehement energy.
Then began a contention the most vehement that ever I had with woman.
Glory uttered some vehement protest, and then was lost in her dreams again.
"He shall not do so this time," said Norwood, with a vehement energy of manner.
I abused myself in my vehement Continental way, and then I began to work.
In contrast to Kemble's declamation, Kean's acting was vehement and passionate.
Thus she spoke, weeping; and aroused a vehement lamentation.