Definition of vehemence :
1. The quality pr state of being vehement; impetuous force; impetuosity; violence; fury; as, the vehemence.
2. Violent ardor; great heat; animated fervor; as, the vehemence of love, anger, or other passions.
fanaticism, zeal, delirium, fervidness, severity, ardor, furiousness, earnestness, force, forcefulness, pitch, fervency, abandon, depth, passion, ecstasy, stress, craze, assertiveness, hysteria, eagerness, vigorousness, ardency, passionateness, impetuosity, madness, extravagance, ferociousness, devotion, rapture, white heat, fire, aggressiveness, fervor, inspiration, big, emotion, intenseness, transport, emphasis, enthusiasm, vehemency, excitement, accent, warmth, heat, strong
violence (part of speech: noun)
destructiveness, inhumanity, broil, uproar, brutishness, fracas, atrocity, intensity, brawl, wildness, abuse, fight, attack, barbarity, vandalism, terrorism, ferocity, violence, fury, rage, fierceness, savagery, frenzy, assault, commotion, brutality, thuggery, torture, outrage, insurrection, turmoil
- In his suppressed vehemence Teddy grasped Bobâ€™ s wrist, as the hands of both lay on the small table above which their heads came together.
- " I come to seek Waldemar," Leo broke out with stormy vehemence, " Waldemar and no one else. - "Under a Charm, Vol. III. (of III) A Novel", E. Werner.
- " Because I had done a great wrong," answered Retaux, with vehemence. - "Marie Antoinette And Her Son", Louise Muhlbach Official.