Did Michael Brown have a motive to violently attack the officer?
Unless a client has behaved badly or violently, his privacy is usually respected.
In the process, Logan said, she became "violently, violently ill."
McBride then reportedly turned on the women, and grabbed Baker violently.
But both are merely incremental moves on the seismic shift that is violently shaking up the media world today.
Trembling so violently that he had to lean on the balustrade for support, he told me.
"I ain't got nothing to sell, and don't want to buy nohow," said Bart, violently.
Our only newsmonger is the coal-box; but it talks so violently about government and the people!
Stuart shook him violently and shouted above the shriek of the wind.
One badgered private assaulted him violently with a pitchfork, and suffered two years' imprisonment for that misdemeanour.
mid-14c.; see violence. In Middle English the word also was applied in reference to heat, sunlight, smoke, etc., with the sense "having some quality so strongly as to produce a powerful effect." Related: Violently.