vehemency


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Synonyms for vehemency

exceptionally great concentration, power, or force, especially in activity

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But the vehemency and the kind of confidence and the cricketing brain he brings to this team is irreplaceable, so it's great to have him back, and to have him back in full form like that is a bonus.
But the vehemency and the kind of confidence and the cricketing brain he brings to the party and this team is irreplaceable, so it's great to have him back, and to have him back in full form like that is a bonus.
On reading Peter Anderson's response to Peta Rake's article I was surprised by the vehemency with which he addressed only minor themes/ points.
it imports no reason That with such vehemency he should pursue Faults proper to himself.
Dudley was evidently aware that such raunchiness might get his queen going and so had created a little water point nearby "with water spurting upward with so much vehemency, as they should, by and by, be moistening from top to toe" so they could cool off afterwards.