It was the same impetuous Katya who had thrown herself on the mercy of a young profligate to save her father;
She shuddered all over, gazed at me for a second, turned horribly pale—white as a sheet, in fact—and all at once, not impetuously but softly, gently, bowed down to my feet—not a boarding-school curtsey, but a Russian bow, with her forehead to the floor.
Mitya, hearing her cry, trembled, jumped up, and with a yell rushed impetuously to meet her, not knowing what he was doing.
Kolya cried impetuously, his face glowing and radiant with delight.
Seeing it, she flew impetuously to him.
On being gently asked by the President whether she had recovered sufficiently, Katerina Ivanovna exclaimed impetuously: "I am ready, I am ready!
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She regretted her impetuous promise.
We need someone more steady. Like many young people, she is too impetuous.