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- "Say a good fellow, if you want a phrase," returned Herbert, smiling, and clapping his hand on the back of mine—"a good fellow, with impetuosity and hesitation, boldness and diffidence, action and dreaming, curiously mixed in him."Chapter 30 (49% in)
impetuosity = impulsiveness (the trait of acting suddenly without much thought)
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