impassioned英 [ɪmˈpæʃnd] 美 [ɪmˈpæʃənd]原级：impassion第三人称单数：impassions现在分词：impassioningimpassioned是什么意思
1. The general made an impassioned speech to his soldiers.
1. 热烈的：impassion 激动 | impassioned 热烈的 | impassive 冷漠的
2. 慷慨激昂的：11. 令人激动地: stirring | 12. 慷慨激昂的: impassioned | 13.(经济)疲软局势:fragile state
3. 紫红色(显色丰润)：Girl About Town 鲜亮的紫红色(显色丰润) | Impassioned 紫红色(显色丰润) | Lady Danger 鲜艳的桃红色(柔感哑光)
4. 感激的：感激appreciateenthuseindebtednessthankfulness | 感激的impassioned | 感激地appreciativelythankfully
1. The doom of Ninive was nevertheless in itself for Juda an object-lesson which the impassioned language of the Prophet was well calculated to impress deeply upon the minds of thoughtful Israelites.
2. Wordworth in his preface contended, and most ably contended, for a reformation in our poetic diction, as he has envinced the truth of passion, and the dramatic propriety of those figures and metaphors in the original poets, which, stript of their justifying reasons and converted into mere artifices of connection or ornament, constitute the characteristics falsity in the poetic style of the moderns; and as far as ha has, with equal acuteness and clearness, pointed out the process by which this change was effected and the resemblances between that state into which the reader`s mind is thrown by the pleasurable confusion of thought from an unaccustomed train of words and images and that state which is induced by the natural language of impassioned feeling, he undertook a useful task and deserves all praise, both for the attempt and for the execution.
3. A subdued impassioned murmur was audible in the room beyond, and Miss Baker leaned forward unashamed, trying to hear.
4. I will be impassioned only by my faith.
5. As well as a modern economy, this impassioned people has also fashioned a constitutional democracy out of a military dictatorship, again with sweat and tears and not a little blood.
6. The stage in Moscow resignated resonated to hire an e high-energy pop in passion, impassioned ballads and full crop folk-rock motifs since the national acts did battle.
7. Another seminal work of Milton was Areopagitica, among history's most influential and impassioned philosophical defences of the principle of a right to freedom of speech, which was written in opposition to licensing and censorship and is regarded as one of the most eloquent defenses of press freedom ever written.
8. We like to think that we speak logically all the time, but we are aware that we sometimes use illogical means to persuade others of our point of view. In the heat of an impassioned argument, or when we are afraid our disputant has a stronger case, or when we don't quite have all the facts we'd like to have, we are prone to engage in faulty processes of reasoning, using arguments we hope will appear sound.
9. Love is forever, a permanent circulation, love you not two or three days, an impassioned love letter, if you are not satisfied, meet on a date night, a truly just for you, like mouse loves the rice!
10. And the impassioned corrida scene come from the music to us.
11. It gives evidence of its author's profound classical learning and impassioned love for Grco-Roman culture.
12. For four impassioned ones around that table the sunshine of the morning went out at a stroke, and the birds muffled their song.
13. The strength that had always poured out from him to her was now flowering in his impassioned voice, his flashing eyes, and the vigor of life and intellect surging in him.
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