The same brash arrogance and impetuousness applied to criminal cases rather than flame wars has had real consequences.
That is, the impetuousness of his thought makes one aware of how his instinct is struggling for the solution of his difficulties.
"We forgive much to the impetuousness of youth," said he, very coldly.
The glistening youth of Aaron, the impetuousness of Lilly fascinated him.
She was not being facetious, for in her impetuousness she had tried, and broken the umbrella.
On the instant he felt that marvelous return of the impetuousness, the intense excitement, the increasing expectancy of youth.
On the whole he was a thoroughly good and kind man, on whom his moods and impetuousness played shabby tricks.
impetuousness, inherited in his family, carried him away like a wild horse, and took from him presence of mind.
I would fain learn if generosity is united to impetuousness, probity of spirit to his assumption of singularity and independence.
I made a great effort, and threw off the impetuousness which desired to know everything at once.
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.