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Definition of "vehemence" []

  • An intense concentration, force or power. (noun)
  • A wild or turbulent ferocity or fury. (noun)
  • Eagerness, fervor, excessive strong feeling. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "vehemence" in a sentence
  • "Seen in terms of fear of indictment, impeachment and prosecution, the vehemence is quite understandable. blah Says:"
  • "Moreover, a man who renders an answer in this style will in consequence find himself calling vehemence vehement and excess excessive: for there is such a thing as a vehement conviction: if then conviction be ‘vehemence’, there would be a ‘vehement vehemence’."
  • "While Egypt has periodically sought the return of the bust, "this vehemence is a new stage," said Dietrich Schulenburg, a spokesperson for Bernd Neumann, Germany’s Minister of State for Culture."