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But when angered, her impassionate nature manifests itself in its ugliest form.Woman and Socialism|August Bebel
I will leave it to the calm, impassionate and unpartisan reader to state whether that remark ought to create ill-feeling.Remarks|Bill Nye
Of all characters, perhaps that of the loving, impassionate Star of the North suited her best.A Mad Love|Bertha M. Clay
She took up postures of prayer and rapture, with staring eyes, and spoke with impassionate and glowing rhetoric.Collected Papers on Analytical Psychology|C. G. Jung