Definition of vehemence in English:

vehemence

Line breaks: vehe|mence
Pronunciation: /ˈviːɪm(ə)ns
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Great forcefulness or intensity of feeling or expression: the vehemence of his reaction
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  • Even Bernhard was taken aback by the vehemence of the response.
  • However, what is alarming is the vehemence with which a lot of the protestors expressed their views.
  • I was surprised and a little embarrassed at my own vehemence, but reactions to Chomsky do tend toward the passionate.
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