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Associations of "Violently" (30 Words)
|alacrity||Liveliness and eagerness.|
He accepted with alacrity.
|ardor||Intense feeling of love.|
They were imbued with a revolutionary ardor.
|eager||Strongly wanting to do or have something.|
Small eager faces looked up and listened.
|eagerness||Enthusiasm to do or to have something; keenness.|
The player showed eagerness to play.
|enthusiasm||Something that arouses enthusiasm.|
The three enthusiasms of his life were politics religion and books.
|enthusiastic||Having or showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.|
Enthusiastic crowds filled the streets.
|fervid||Intensely enthusiastic or passionate, especially to an excessive degree.|
His fervid protestations of love.
|fervor||The state of being emotionally aroused and worked up.|
|fever||A rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection.|
She had a slight fever.
|flog||Beat severely with a whip or rod.|
The issue has been flogged to death already.
|gusto||A relish or liking.|
He had a particular gusto for those sort of performances.
|harass||Make repeated small-scale attacks on (an enemy.|
The squadron s task was to harass the retreating enemy forces.
|heated||Made warm or hot het is a dialectal variant of heated.|
A heated argument.
|importunate||Persistent, especially to the point of annoyance.|
|importune||Approach (someone) to request or offer sexual services, especially as a prostitute.|
The president would importune them to try harder.
|insist||Be emphatic or resolute and refuse to budge.|
He insisted on answers to his allegations.
|instinctively||As a matter of instinct.|
Some people know instinctively what suits them.
|intensely||With extreme effort or attention.|
She loved him intensely.
|irrepressible||Impossible to repress or control.|
An irrepressible rogue.
He lashed the flag to the mast.
|passion||The suffering of Jesus at the Crucifixion.|
She nurses a passion for Thomas.
|persistently||In a persistent manner.|
Prices have remained persistently high.
|strap||Sharpen with a strap.|
I expected when my dad walked in that he d strap him.
|torrid||Very hot and dry.|
The world s most torrid economies.
|vigorously||With vigor; in a vigorous manner.|
He defended his ideas vigorously.
|whip||Beat severely with a whip or rod.|
She began whipping narrow lace along the top of the garment.
His zeal for privatization.
|zealot||A person who is fanatical and uncompromising in pursuit of their religious, political, or other ideals.|
|zealotry||Excessive intolerance of opposing views.|
He expressed concern about religious zealotry playing an increasing role in politics.
|zest||Vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment.|
She had a great zest for life.