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1. ardour


Alternate (chiefly British) spelling for ardor.

2. choler

imenicaarhaično, zastarelo

ETYM Old Eng. coler, French colčre anger, Latin cholera a bilious complaint, from Greek cholera, from chole bile. Related to Gall, Cholera.
(Homonym: collar).
Anger; bile.
(Archaic) Anger; ire.

3. fervency



4. impetuosity


1. The quality or state of being impetuous
2. An impetuous action or impulse

5. intensity


Sinonimi: strength | intensiveness

ETYM Late Lat. intensitas: cf. French intensité. Related to Intense.
In physics, the power (or energy per second) per unit area carried by a form of radiation or wave motion. It is an indication of the concentration of energy present and, if measured at varying distances from the source, of the effect of distance on this. For example, the intensity of light is a measure of its brightness, and may be shown to diminish with distance from its source in accordance with the inverse square law (its intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance).
1. A measure of the amount of energy transmitted (as by acoustic or electromagnetic radiation); SYN. strength.
2. High level or degree; the property of being intense; SYN. intensiveness.

6. passion


Sinonimi: passionateness

ETYM French, from Latin passio, from pati, passus, to suffer. Related to Patient.
1. A feeling of strong sexual desire.
2. Strong feeling or emotion; SYN. passionateness.

7. poignancy


1. The quality or state of being poignant
2. An instance of poignancy

8. vehemence


Sinonimi: emphasis

ETYM Latin vehementia: cf. French véhémence.
Intensity or forcefulness of expression: or; SYN. emphasis.

9. vehemency


10. violence


Sinonimi: force

ETYM French, from Latin violentia. Related to Violent.
1. A turbulent state resulting in injuries and destruction etc.
2. An act of aggression (as one against a person who resists); SYN. force.

11. violency


12. wrath


Sinonimi: anger | ire | ira

ETYM Old Eng. wrathe, wraththe, wrethe, wraeththe, AS. wraeththo, from wrâth wroth; akin to Icel. reithi wrath. Related to Wroth.
1. Belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins); SYN. anger, ire, ira.
2. Intense anger (usually on an epic scale).

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