Origin of impassioned
verb (used with object)
Origin of impassion
Examples from the Web for impassioned
You can clink your wine glass and deliver an impassioned speech about conquering the demons that kept you confined in the closet.
There were impassioned heroes rallying together to become better than they thought they could be.‘Newsroom’ Premiere: Aaron Sorkin Puts CNN on Blast Over the Boston Bombing|Kevin Fallon|November 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Emma Watson this week impressed many with an impassioned U.N. speech about gender inequality.
In an impassioned call to action, he urged American doctors, nurses, and health care professionals to join Africa in its fight.
People were astonished by his impassioned speeches at separatist meetings.
The impassioned, uncalculating de Montespan had given the handsome Monarch her all without stipulation.A Versailles Christmas-Tide|Mary Stuart Boyd
He paints his picture in the light of his own emotions and prejudices, he is rather the impassioned advocate than the calm judge.The Age of Tennyson|Hugh Walker
His impassioned reasoning often made ordinary things interesting.Successful Methods of Public Speaking|Grenville Kleiser
Sir George would not have held her to him with that impassioned fervour.The Shadow of Ashlydyat|Mrs. Henry Wood
Hal almost recoiled before the impassioned and incredulous surprise in the question.The Clarion|Samuel Hopkins Adams