- Capable of, having, or ruled by powerful emotions: a family of enthusiastic characters.
- Wrathful by temperament; choleric.
- Marked by strong sexual interest; amorous or lustful.
- Showing or articulating powerful feeling; ardent: a separate message against injustice.
- due to or marked by enthusiasm: a teacher that is enthusiastic about the woman topic.
- fond of powerful experience, sometimes enchanting and/or intimate.
- Fired with intense experience; ardent, blazing, burning.
- Capable or susceptible of enthusiasm, or of various passions; effortlessly relocated, excited or agitated; especially, easily relocated to fury; irascible; quick-tempered.
- described as passion; articulating enthusiasm; ardent in feeling or need; vehement; cozy.
- Suffering; sorrowful.
- having or expressing powerful feelings
- person who is highly relocated by passion, especially the enthusiasm of love.
- To fill with enthusiasm, or with another offered feeling.
- To impact with passion; to impassion.
- to state feelingly or sorrowfully.
- To impact with enthusiasm; go on to fury, hate, love, etc.
- To portray with normal emotion or passion; personate.
- described as passion; exhibiting or revealing passion.
- Showing or exciting strong feeling; very excited; vehement; warm.
- influenced by love; used with passion.
- (d ) psychological; susceptible.
- (age ) Changeful; capricious; of many moods.
- (f ) Compassionate.
- (g ) Sorrowful; pitiful.
- Synonyms Irritable, an such like. (see irascible), hot-headed, hot, fiery, violent, choleric.
- Impassioned, ardent, fervent, radiant, burning, impetuous.
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