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vehement
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
marked by extreme intensity — especially emotion such as anger
  • Marianne's indignation burst forth as soon as he quitted the room; and as her vehemence made reserve impossible in Elinor, and unnecessary in Mrs. Jennings, they all joined in a very spirited critique upon the party.
    Chapter 37 (99% in)
  • "Had they told me," he cried with vehemence, "that Mr. Palmer and all his relations were at the devil, it would not have turned me from the door.
    Chapter 44 (2% in)

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