Examples of impassioned in a Sentence
Her lawyer made an impassioned argument in her defense.
an impassioned plea for justice
Recent Examples of impassioned from the Web
Each side gets impassioned and compelling arguments made on its behalf, and the audience becomes the de facto jury, weighing each new piece of evidence and revelation.
Students from around the country made their voices heard in person and on social media, posting photos and video of their impassioned coordinated actions under the hashtags #EnoughIsEnough and #NationalWalkoutDay.
Shaffer made an impassioned plea at recent school board meeting, asking for adults to help students amplify their voices.
Trump has said he was personally moved by the shooting — and by the persistent and impassioned calls for action from some of the teenage survivors as well as parents of the victims — and elevated the issue of school safety in his administration.
Organized by students Angelina Lazo and Sarah Cummings, the rally featured impassioned speeches from a handful of Stoneman Douglas students and teacher Greg Pittman.
The impassioned speech was delivered without the presence of the under pressure manager Arsene Wenger as the playing group sought to air their anger and frustration over the club's decline in private.
Emma Gonzalez, a student at the school, gave an impassioned speech decrying lawmakers who have taken funding from the National Rifle Association at an anti-gun rally in Fort Lauderdale last Saturday.
Now, impassioned citizens and reporters fought to witness the trial and speculate as to its outcome.
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First Known Use of impassioned
ardent, blazing, burning, charged, demonstrative, emotional, fervent, fervid, feverish, fiery, flaming, glowing, hot-blooded, incandescent, intense, passional, passionate, perfervid, red-hot, religious, torrid, vehement, warm, warm-blooded;
Synonym Discussion of impassioned
- an impassioned plea for justice
- a passionate denunciation
- an ardent supporter of human rights
- fervent good wishes
- fervid love letters
- perfervid expressions of patriotism
IMPASSIONED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impassioned for English Language Learners
: showing or feeling very strong emotions
IMPASSIONED Defined for Kids
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