with a passion


used to say that someone strongly dislikes someone or something
She hated him with a passion.

Examples of with a passion in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Caché was most known for its gowns and dresses, which were geared toward adult women with a passion for satin, sequins and the like. Virginia Chamlee, Peoplemag, 22 May 2024 In: Minnesota Senate Caroline Cummings Caroline Cummings is an Emmy-winning reporter with a passion for covering politics, public policy and government. Caroline Cummings, CBS News, 15 May 2024 Yes, the current Timberwolves head coach who hates losing with a passion signed up to go lose games on a nightly basis. Jace Frederick, Twin Cities, 11 May 2024 The trio weren’t billionaires, but a group of basketball fans, feminists, and executives with a passion for the Storm—and who wanted to see the team stay in Washington. Emma Hinchliffe, Fortune, 3 May 2024 The brood of eight was led by a green-thumbed patriarch with a passion for growing and gardening, and a mother who’d make magic out of the fresh ingredients. Jasmine Browley, Essence, 19 Apr. 2024 Pursue with a passion, and you won’t be disappointed. Eugenia Last, The Mercury News, 16 Apr. 2024 Daniel Boyer is a practicing Doctor of medicine with a passion for medical research. Robert James and, Miami Herald, 8 Apr. 2024 Despite health complications, Holst gained a reputation as an enthusiastic multitasker, with a passion for large, ambitious performances. Hugh Morris, New York Times, 29 Mar. 2024

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“With a passion.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/with%20a%20passion. Accessed 14 Jun. 2024.

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