vehemently


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ve·he·ment

 (vē′ə-mənt)
adj.
Characterized by forcefulness of expression or intensity of emotion or conviction; fervid: a vehement denial.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin vehemēns, vehement-, perhaps from vehere, to carry; see wegh- in Indo-European roots.]

ve′he·mence, ve′he·men·cy n.
ve′he·ment·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.vehemently - in a vehement mannervehemently - in a vehement manner; "he vehemently denied the accusations against him"
Translations

vehemently

[ˈviːɪməntlɪ] ADV [say, curse] → vehementemente, con vehemencia; [deny] → rotundamente, categóricamente; [reject, shake one's head] → ostensiblemente; [oppose] → radicalmente; [attack] → violentamente
to be vehemently opposed to sthoponerse radicalmente a algo, estar radicalmente en contra de algo

vehemently

[ˈviːəməntli] advavec véhémence

vehemently

advvehement (geh), → heftig; love, hate alsoleidenschaftlich; protest alsoheftig, mit aller Schärfe; attackscharf; denyheftig

vehemently

[ˈviːɪməntlɪ] advcon veemenza
References in classic literature ?
I hate father and the old man Hardy, too," she declared vehemently.
That isn't it," slamming his hat down vehemently upon his head.
Yet, uttering his long-restrained emotions so vehemently as he did, his words here offered her the very point of circumstances in which to interpose what she came to say.
Vehemently pausing, he cried: -- What do ye do when ye see a whale, men?
Straightway, then, Gabriel once more started to his feet, glaring upon the old man, and vehemently exclaimed, with downward pointed finger -- Think, think of the blasphemer --dead, and down there
That he had a score of Socialist arguments chasing through his brain in the meantime did not interfere with this; on the contrary, Jurgis scrubbed the spittoons and polished the banisters all the more vehemently because at the same time he was wrestling inwardly with an imaginary recalcitrant.
How he suddenly and vehemently clasps in both arms the form he dared not, a moment since, touch with his finger
So resolved, I grasped the latch and shook it vehemently.
She shuddered as he came near her, and waved him back vehemently with her hand.
This gave me courage to protest most vehemently that I loved Dora better than I could tell, or anyone believe; that all my friends knew how I loved her; that my aunt, Agnes, Traddles, everyone who knew me, knew how I loved her, and how earnest my love had made me.
At length it was learned that be had hastened to the court-yard, summoned to his presence the Jew who had spoken with Ivanhoe, and after a moment's speech with him, had called vehemently to horse, thrown himself upon a steed, compelled the Jew to mount another, and set off at a rate, which, according to Wamba, rendered the old Jew's neck not worth a penny's purchase.
I will," she said vehemently, emphasizing the assurance by a plunge in the saddle that made the bay stagger.