"The euro must not fail and it will not fail," she told the German Parliament last month in an impassioned speech.
There is little evidence of the swaggering tailoring of Bill Blass, none of the impassioned sensuality of Donna Karan.
His ideas for spring were all familiar tropes—so much so that the collection seemed perfunctory rather than impassioned.
In an impassioned call to action, he urged American doctors, nurses, and health care professionals to join Africa in its fight.
The impassioned activists who stress the issue have become less vocal and far less visible.
Poetry is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge, it is the impassioned expression which is on the face of all science.
The thought of the play is penetrating rather than impassioned.
He held, as he himself somewhere says, that "impassioned thoughts and sublime imaginings have no strength in them."
Many have felt this picture—at once so serene and so impassioned—to be a revelation.
It was a love-scene, and rather of an impassioned character; Villebecque was her suitor.