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impetuous
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
impulsive (acting suddenly without much thought) — often with an unfortunate consequence
  • they had gone through the subject again and again; and with the same steady conviction and affectionate counsel on Elinor's side, the same impetuous feelings and varying opinions on Marianne's, as before.
    Chapter 31 (2% in)
impetuous = impulsive (without much thought)
  • Her narration was clear and simple; and though it could not be given without emotion, it was not accompanied by violent agitation, nor impetuous grief.
    Chapter 37 (35% in)

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