impassioned

Part of speech: adjective

Fervent; stirring.

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Usage examples "impassioned":

  1. When I spoke to her of my love, she realized that her image had also been projected to my mind, and, as she listened to my impassioned words, she recognized in them the thoughts of love that had accompanied the projection of my image. - "Zarlah the Martian", R. Norman Grisewood.
  2. She rose slowly, like one in a dream, and cast a look as impassioned as a look could be made through a mask on the scene she was leaving behind her. - "Indian Summer", William D. Howells.
  3. David and Pepeeta had passed swiftly though not unresistingly through all the intervening stages between a chance acquaintance and an impassioned love. - "The Redemption of David Corson", Charles Frederic Goss.