Washington was a passionate advocate for an intensely practical education for ex-slaves and their descendants.
And yet we believe in great sex, passionate sex, electrifying sex.
“This is something I'm passionate about,” Donovan said, adding that as an athlete the subject was particularly relevant.
All too often, worship is kept out of the office, so lead employees in a passionate song praising His guidance and light.
She is passionate about her politics, wearing her beliefs, quite literally, on her sleeve.
It deals with the beautiful, with the passionate, with the ideal.
It was from her that he had inherited his passionate fondness for animals.
His protestations would have been passionate had they been genuine.
The madman threw out his arms in a passionate longing for revenge.
But, to her babe, the young mother was passionate at times in her loving demonstrations.
early 15c., "angry; emotional," from Medieval Latin passionatus "affected with passion," from Latin passio (genitive passionis) "passion" (see passion). Specific sense of "amorous" is attested from 1580s. Related: Passionately.