Examples of vehemence in a Sentence
the vehemence in her voice when she insisted that she never gossiped surprised me
every cause that she pursues is pursued with great vehemence
Recent Examples of vehemence from the Web
Civil society groups and researchers say that Aung Naing Soe’s experience—particularly the vehemence of attacks against him on Facebook—was not unique.
Then, in an orchestral transition, comes that second burst of vehemence.
But the extreme vehemence of the culture wars the president has stoked have, perhaps counterintuitively, insulated him from some of the political headwinds.
As students demonstrated at Nanterre and Sorbonne, police interventions became increasingly forceful, only escalating the protestors’ vehemence.
This score’s first two movements are of course full of pianistic acrobatics and orchestral vehemence.
The music seems to defy formal constraints, shifting from crazed vehemence to bitterly ironic dances, blasting marches to spans of industrious counterpoint.
The increasing vehemence towards female stars merely showing any interest in bettering the rights of women and female empowerment comes at a time when South Korea’s entertainment is dealing with major disruptions as a result of #MeToo.
The company regularly posts quarterly losses with few historical parallels, even as regulators and critics argue with growing vehemence that the company is exploiting and underpaying its drivers.
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Origin and Etymology of vehemence
VEHEMENCE Defined for Kids
Definition of vehemence for Students
- … he had been talking with a vehemence that shook the house.
- —Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island
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