[ UK /pˈæʃənətli/ ]
[ US /ˈpæʃənətɫi/ ]
  1. with passion
    she kissed him passionately
  2. in a stormy or violent manner
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How To Use passionately In A Sentence

  • She would have given a great deal to be able to recall dispassionately all they had said and done that night. Ship Of Magic
  • The BBC never tires of telling us how passionately it seeks the interest and participation of the public in its political output, particularly the young.
  • We must beware of the danger of confusing what is passionately and deeply wanted with what is a right.
  • The tone of Nicholls' biography is dispassionately respectful, admiring even.
  • In an interview last week, Ms. Pak, sporting a button featuring the mustachioed interim mayor's face, spoke passionately about her Chinatown neighborhood and her efforts to persuade Mr. Lee to "serve his city. Chinatown Political Veteran Champions Her Candidate
  • She would have liked to be of service to the weeds vegetating beside the paths, to slay herself there so that from her flesh some huge greenery might spring, lofty and sapful, laden with birds at May-time, and passionately caressed by the sun. La faute de l'Abbe Mouret
  • Viewed dispassionately, the empirical evidence does not support such a position.
  • They are all passionately interested in environmental issues.
  • His fingertips brushed my chin as out our mouths collided, and passionately we kissed under the stars.
  • In truth, not even the most passionately pro-choice individual supports the idea of aborting rather than delivering viable fetuses. Out of the mouths of pro-aborts
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