Definitions

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  • adv. In a vehement manner; expressing with a strong or forceful attitude.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a vehement manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a vehement manner; with great force or violence; urgently; forcibly; ardently; passionately.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a vehement manner

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Examples

  • For republicans, the most important right is the right to remain vehemently ignorant.

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  • Richard, what I oppose vehemently is geo-centric political Zionism.

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  • My daughter vehemently is against seafood because of taste, so one day after my routine Salmon Burger purchase and on a visit to her house, I took her a half dozen wrapped in a clear baggy and she thought they were hamburgers patties.

    Blueberries?

  • My problem with people jumping up and down on anyone they disagree with vehemently is that the attack becomes personal instead of ideological.

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  • What I wish to say here, and vehemently, is that we in the Una Storia Segreta project disdain and condemn your attempt to justify the Bush administration¬ís trampling of the Constitution by once again slandering Japanese Americans.

    IsThatLegal?

  • It was characteristic of Calvin that he called vehemently for toleration from the Emperor, Charles V, and yet caused the death of a Spanish physician, Servetus, whose views happened to be at variance with his own!

    Heroes of Modern Europe

  • For the moment my pulse ceased beating, and then, knowing that the time had come when I must either do or die, I called vehemently to those who were holding the ropes (some thirty men) to let go at once, and made gestures signifying danger, and that there would be mischief if they held on longer.

    Erewhon; or, Over the range

  • A north wind blew them vehemently from the English coast.

    Robert Browning

  • Once she fancied she discerned a form flying ahead of her, leaping from cross tie to cross tie to avoid the water, but when she called vehemently, only the sound of her own voice broke the silence.

    At the Mercy of Tiberius

  • (A taste, for those who don't wish to read the whole thing: What I wish to say here, and vehemently, is that we in the Una Storia Segreta project disdain and condemn your attempt to justify the Bush administration¬ís trampling of the Constitution by once again slandering Japanese Americans.

    IsThatLegal?

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