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impassioned

Line breaks: im|pas¦sioned
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpaʃ(ə)nd
 
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Definition of impassioned in English:

adjective

Filled with or showing great emotion: she made an impassioned plea for help
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  • Coleman's tenor sax almost steals the show with what some consider the most impassioned lyrical playing of his career.
  • I am sure there will be impassioned argument among the Council members for your future, but I for one feel that that future is likely to be very brief indeed.
  • But I divine far more complex forces than mere aesthetic preferences lurking behind this oddly impassioned schism.
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