- the sufferings of Christ on the cross or His sufferings subsequent to the Last Supper.
- the narrative of Christ's sufferings as recorded in the Gospels.
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Origin of passion
SYNONYMS FOR passion
synonym study for passion
OTHER WORDS FROM passionpas·sion·ful, adjectivepas·sion·ful·ly, adverbpas·sion·ful·ness, nounpas·sion·like, adjective
Words nearby passion
Example sentences from the Web for passion
Many leaders are asking if this moment is different—if the passion of this moment can be captured to create real change.4 ways to close America’s huge racial ‘opportunity gap’|matthewheimer|July 9, 2020|Fortune
The internet’s most comprehensive archive of food history — a passion project of one dedicated librarian — predates Wikipedia.
One particularly infamous hostile mob is a creeper, a dark green, frowning humanoid with a passion for blowing up.
Few technologies have yielded such divisive and widespread passion as Flash.
I explained that the multilingual CEO had probably meant to say “results oriented” and we argued about this, good natured but not without passion for a good 20 minutes.
British Dictionary definitions for passion (1 of 2)
- any state of the mind in which it is affected by something external, such as perception, desire, etc, as contrasted with action
- feelings, desires or emotions, as contrasted with reason