vehement desire

See: passion
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I am much obliged to you,' returned the old woman, testifying by a certain restlessness in her hands a vehement desire to shake her matronly fist at her son-in-law.
Cornelius reflected for a moment; he evidently was struggling against some vehement desire.
Thus I have told thee all my State, and brought My Storie to the sum of earthly bliss Which I enjoy, and must confess to find In all things else delight indeed, but such As us'd or not, works in the mind no change, Nor vehement desire, these delicacies I mean of Taste, Sight, Smell, Herbs, Fruits, & Flours, Walks, and the melodie of Birds; but here Farr otherwise, transported I behold, Transported touch; here passion first I felt, Commotion strange, in all enjoyments else Superiour and unmov'd, here onely weake Against the charm of Beauties powerful glance.
A comment from Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi that public opinion in some European countries "has the very strong and vehement desire that the next few weeks should be the last that Greece spends in the euro zone," attracted feverish media attention in Greece this week.
from a vehement desire to follow through an action to the obligation of a person to act with honor.
According to Theweleit the hard masculine ideal was the armored body - armored by muscles and by emotional rigidity, and marked by a vehement desire to eradicate the softness, the emotional liquidity of the feminine Other.
That same year, Paquito fulfilled his vehement desire to travel to New York, where he was booked at the Teatro Puerto Rico by Catalino Rolon, a promoter who was known to carry a bag of money and a 45-caliber revolver in his trunk.