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appassionata with strong emotion; impassioned (used as a musical direction).
dithyramb in ancient Greece, a wild or impassioned choric hymn in honor of Dionysius. [1/2 definitions]
fervid heated or impassioned; intensely enthusiastic; extremely fervent. [1/2 definitions]
fervor strength, heatedness, or intensity of feeling; impassioned enthusiasm. [1/2 definitions]
fire to become excited or impassioned. [1/15 definitions]
revival a series of informal meetings, esp. among Protestant evangelicals and fundamentalists, marked by impassioned preaching and open expressions of religious feeling. [1/4 definitions]
rhapsodic rapturously expressive or impassioned. [1/2 definitions]
soapbox an improvised stand, such as a crate, used by one making an unofficial, often impassioned, speech. [1/2 definitions]
unimpassioned combined form of impassioned.
vehement intensely emotional; impassioned; heated. [1/2 definitions]