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vehement
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
marked by extreme intensity — especially emotion such as anger
  • I looked up, and his face was vehement.
    p. 296.0
vehement = intense
  • Atticus shook his head vehemently: "Don't just stand there, Heck!"
    p. 127.0
vehemently = with intensity
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