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vehement
used in Inheritance

3 uses
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Definition
marked by extreme intensity — especially emotion such as anger
  • "No!" she whispered vehemently.
    28 — Under Hill and Stone (66% in)
  • She examined him with greater intensity, trying to determine the reason for his vehemence.
    8 — The Price of Power (44% in)
  • Not because he doubted the veracity of the information from Solembum, nor even because he doubted its importance—on both those points he accepted Eragon's word without question—but, as he argued with increasing vehemence, because it would destroy the Varden if they woke to find not only that Nasuada had been kidnapped but that Eragon and Saphira had vanished to parts unknown.
    41 — Departure (10% in)

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