But she still shrugged away from him when impetuously he approached too close.
"Such terms can't be made, Bivens," the doctor said impetuously.
"Name it, O noble Ki, and thy name shall be buried in my heart," said Nicholas impetuously.
He clenched his fists in vexation and looked up at her impetuously.
Then impetuously she faced him, her eyes searching his, her hands tight clasped, her whole being one of supplication.
"Very well, I know what I shall do," said the prince, impetuously.
She came down the stairs tremulously, catching his outstretched hand and kissing it impetuously.
She presses it to her lips, and impetuously breaks for the shore!
The rest live upon their past; this one sets out now impetuously to conquer the future.
"Then there is not a moment to be lost," cried the Abb, impetuously.
late 14c., "hot-tempered, fierce," from Old French impetuos (13c.) and directly from Late Latin impetuosus "impetuous, violent," from Latin impetus "attack" (see impetus). Related: Impetuously; impetuousness.