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Definition of Vehemence

Vehemence

  1. The quality pr state of being vehement; impetuous force; impetuosity; violence; fury; as, the vehemence.
  2. Violent ardor; great heat; animated fervor; as, the vehemence of love, anger, or other passions.

Vehemence Quotations

In government offices which are sensitive to the vehemence and passion of mass sentiment public men have no sure tenure. They are in effect perpetual office seekers, always on trial for their political lives, always required to court their restless constituents.
Walter Lippmann

The vehemence with which certain critics have chosen not simply to criticize what I've written, but to challenge my writing this story at all, speaks of what the book is about: fear of disapproval.
Joyce Maynard

I wish I had a little more ambition. But then what would I do? Turn down more roles with more vehemence? Me no likey worky.
Ellen Barkin

Maybe Larry Kings cannot thrive or even survive in a world where the norms for discourse are rage, vehemence and character assassination. King wanted to be liked, not feared; admired, not loathed.
Tom Shales

Today the family is being attacked and defended with equal vehemence.
Mark Poster
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Vehemence Translations

vehemence in Spanish is vehemencia

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