Origin of passional
Related formstrans·pas·sion·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for passional
The shoulders are the thermometer of the sensitive and passional life.
I have a passional nature which requires satisfaction, and that would find it in him.The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 1 of 2|Edward Tyas Cook
The conflict is in pure, passional antagonism, turning upon the poles of belief.Touch and Go|D. H. Lawrence
Was it merely a phase of the passional relation between the sexes, or had it some deeper and more mysterious significance?A Positive Romance|Edward Bellamy
These forms, which we will call accidental, passional or transitory, are fugitive as the things which give them birth.