Synonyms of passion in English:

passion

noun

  • 1 the passion with which voters attach themselves to a particular political party
    [Antonyms] indifference, apathy
  • 2 he gradually worked himself up into a passion
    rage, blind rage, fit of rage/anger/temper, temper, towering rage, outburst of anger, tantrum, fury, frenzy, paroxysm, fever
    British informal paddy
    British informal , dated wax, bate, paddywhack
  • 3 Roman's deep voice was husky with passion
    love, desire, sexual love, sexual desire, lust, ardour, hunger, yearning, longing, craving, adoration, infatuation, lasciviousness, lustfulness;
    Frenchamour fou
  • 4 his passion for football
    enthusiasm, love, mania, keen interest, fascination, obsession, fanaticism, fixation, predilection, compulsion, appetite, relish, partiality, liking, interest, weakness, penchant, addiction, fondness
    informal thing, yen
    rare appetency
  • 5 English literature is something of a passion with me
  • 6 the Passion of Christ
    crucifixion, pain, suffering, agony, martyrdom
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    Pronunciation: ˈrɛtrə(ʊ)flɛks
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