• Orators are most vehement when their cause is weak.
• He saw a vehement young man, powder-smeared and frowzled, whom he knew to be him.
• The old man was beside himself: moved the chair on which he was sitting noisily backward and forward, made efforts to control himself and not become vehement, but almost always did become vehement, scolded and sometimes flung the exercise book away.
• vehemently : Adverb
• vehemence : Noun
• vehemency : Noun
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