Origin of vehemence
Examples from the Web for vehemence
And this, more than anything, explains the size and vehemence of the protests.Morsi-less: Are Egyptians Done with the Muslim Brothers?|Hussein Ibish|July 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
V is for vehemence, which the Tea Party movement has in abundance.
She is unmatched in both the relentlessness and vehemence of her image-rehabilitation campaign.
It is the vehemence of the desire for these pleasures and enjoyments, which constitutes the fearful force of its temptations.
After a while his vehemence and anger turned to tears, and he kissed my hands and sobbed out his intention of going away.An Anarchist Woman|Hutchins Hapgood
Diane was like a twittering bird on a tiny twig that shook with the vehemence of her expression.Clark's Field|Robert Herrick
She said nothing, but her head was almost shaken by the vehemence with which she read the book in her lap.Rachel Ray|Anthony Trollope
Victoria paced up and down the small room, carried away by her vehemence.A Bed of Roses|W. L. George
mid-15c., from Old French vehemence or directly from Latin vehementia (see vehement).