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 ?
Warming with the theme, and inflating themselves with their own eulogies, these magnanimous heroes of the trencher would start up, advance a short distance beyond the light of the fire, and apostrophize most vehemently their Blackfeet enemies, as though they had been within hearing.
It has been objected that he is a woman-hater; and as this objection has been vehemently urged by those whom Nature's decree has constituted the somewhat larger half of the Spaceland race, I should like to remove it, so far as I can honestly do so.
There was nothing in her to remind you that she had so vehemently struggled against her husband's wish to bring Strickland to the studio.
The vicomte appreciated this silent praise and smiling gratefully prepared to continue, but just then Anna Pavlovna, who had kept a watchful eye on the young man who so alarmed her, noticed that he was talking too loudly and vehemently with the abbe, so she hurried to the rescue.
"Oh, my Gawd," cried he, vehemently. "What deh hell do yeh wanna hang aroun' here fer?
"Who art thou?" asked Zarathustra vehemently, "what doest thou here?
"No!" she exclaimed vehemently, much too vehemently he thought.
"How dare you use me in this way?" she burst out, vehemently. "Your conduct is infamous.
Then she said vehemently: "It is monstrous, Miss Schlegel; it isn't right.
That isn't it," slamming his hat down vehemently upon his head.
Boythorn continues to post tremendous placards on the disputed thoroughfare and (with his bird upon his head) to hold forth vehemently against Sir Leicester in the sanctuary of his own home; similarly, also, he defies him as of old in the little church by testifying a bland unconsciousness of his existence.
"Do what you proposed to do!" she burst out vehemently. "Stop her at once from carrying her examination any further!